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The Michigan Business & Entrepreneurial Law Review is a practitioner-focused publication. Our content includes articles, comments, and notes addressing regulatory, securities, corporate, tax, intellectual property, and other legal issues involved with private equity and venture capital.
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As the dust settles on Alibaba’s IPO, the single largest initial public offering to date, experts have turned their attention to a less-celebrated aspect:...March 15, 2015
Two of world’s largest technology companies, Facebook and Google, both opted for a dual-class capitalization structure for their respective initial public offerings (IPOs).1 Under...March 15, 2015
Major League Soccer Collective Bargaining Agreement Negotiations May Lead to a Player Strike, but Are Potential Antitrust Ramifications Overstated?
Major League Soccer (MLS) and the MLS Players’ Union are currently negotiating over a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. In the world of major American...March 15, 2015
Over the past two weeks the credit rating agency Standard and Poor’s (S&P) has come close to finalizing settlements with both the Securities Exchange...March 15, 2015
Uber, the smartphone-based ridesharing service long known for operating in the face of unknown legal consequences while daring regulators to bring legal action,1 may...March 15, 2015
In its first major transaction since announcing plans to split itself into two last year, Hewlett-Packard agreed to buy Aruba Networks on March 2,...March 15, 2015