WEBINAR SERIES Cooley U – M&A for the Board of a Small Company

February 10, 2021
Event details
February 10, 2021
1:00 – 2:30 pm Pacific Standard Time

Event summary

Cooley U is back in session!

Over the coming months, Cooley U is offering free and interactive sessions to help and empower first-time board members and entrepreneurs as they build their businesses. This program is designed for the first-time entrepreneur or board member who would like to become more knowledgeable about both the legal and practical issues related to building a business.

Session 5: M&A for the Board of a Small Company

Has a third party bidder approached you for a potential sale? Are you feeling pressure from investors for an exit? We will examine the board’s duties and the role it plays in a potential sale of the company and share tales from the trenches as the company embarks on a sale process. 

Topics include

  • Constituents and various interests
  • Preliminary matters for a sale process
  • Fiduciary duties; including duty of care, duty of loyalty, business judgment rule and others

This is an invitation-only event, and there is no charge to attend. If interested, you can request an invitation here.

For more information, please email Chris Montgomery.

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