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Designed for use in the Corporate Finance class, increasingly important in any skills-based curriculum, this casebook features a strong coverage of M&A, bankruptcy, finance, and valuation. The valuation unit covers math from a lawyer’s perspective, focusing on the intuitions behind the valuation techniques in a way that will facilitate interaction with bankers and accountants in practice. Basic Excel skills are taught along the way.
The second edition has been updated to include the most recent developments through 2017, and includes leading recent decisions from the New York Court of Appeals, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, the United Kingdom Supreme Court, and the Supreme Court of Canada, reflecting the increasingly global nature of corporate finance.
· The author, Stephen J. Lubben holds an endowed chair in corporate governance at Seton Hall and is the “In Debt” columnist for the New York Times’s Dealbook page
· Mathematically sophisticated but accessible, focusing the quantitative tools on motivating and understanding the business and concepts
· Includes and refers extensively to deal documents throughout to establish a theme of the actual transactions to compare to the lines of cases describing how deals go bad
· Practical, transactional approach to corporate finance
· Organized around four basic units: valuation, finance, mergers and acquisitions, and financial distress