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The Corporate and M&A Law Committee and the Securities Law Committee of the International Bar Association (IBA) partnered to produce guidance to the takeover laws for more than 50 countries around the world. The material is intended as a high level, practical guide for practitioners and others who are looking for an introduction to the laws of the relevant country relating to regulated takeovers.
The guides are not legal advice and should not be relied on as such. They are up to date as of 1 April 2008 unless stated otherwise. Although it may well be that some guides do not reflect the latest legislatory status any longer, they are still a valuable and unique source. And as each guide indicates its authors, they can be contacted with questions in relation to the laws of any country.
Within this feature, I and my partner Stefan Korsch wrote the takeover guide Germany.
All takeover guides are available online for free at:
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