·contract structure, conditions precedent, representations and warranties, covenants and defaults
·debt and lien, general business and financial covenants, and
·amendment, control, and refinancing provisions.
The book includes tips for risk-based review of contracts to avoid compromising drafting errors, and best practice guidelines. It also provides an introductory overview of the players and the instruments that make up corporate finance, and explains corporate structure issues, commitments, conditions, pricing and risk, liquidity support and credit support. The book outlines the basic rules of bankruptcy, describes the practical details of how deals are done, and discusses opinion practice and post-closing contract interpretation. The scope of the book makes it useful not only for lawyers but for other junior corporate finance professionals in banking or working for companies.
|Publisher:||Practising Law Institute|
|Edition description:||2nd Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.20(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Ms. Paris is the author of How to Draft for Corporate Finance (Practising Law Institute 2001 & Supp. 2006). She is also author of "Selecting a Bankruptcy Remote Entity," in New York and Delaware Business Entities (eds. Arthur Norman Field and Morton Moskin, West 1997), co-author of "Operational Due Diligence," in Due Diligence for Global Deal Making (ed. Arthur Rosenbloom, Bloomberg Press 2002), and author of "Contract Management: Design Parameters and Challenges to Implementation," in A Proactive Approach: Scandinavian Studies in Law Volume 49 (Stockholm Institute for Scandinavian Law 2006). She is based in London but visits New York City on a regular basis.