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January 2016
Growth Companies
Privacy2015 A Standout Year for Deals, in Volume and Complexity
Of all of the ways to describe mergers and acquisitions in 2015, "plain vanilla" is not one of them... 
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VentureCFO Tips on How to Prepare, Manage & Relieve M&A Stress
Preparing for a transaction is key.  CFOs and their colleagues spend months collating, preparing and organizing deal documentation.  This blog post gives some quick tips on the M&A process. 
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Story10 Habits of Highly Ineffective Acquirers in Mergers and Acquisitions 

M&A is an exciting and tantalizing way for organizations to grow and prosper. However what looks good on paper doesn't always come to life.  You may have witnessed first-hand a merger or an acquisition that could have gone better. 

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Tick9 Productivity Tips 
Start off the New Year with 9 productivity tips from people who write about productivity! 
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Private Equity
LeverageFees are Sky-High, but Look at Those Returns 
In the on-going debate about private equity, perhaps we should balance the criticism of PE firms for excessive fees with the great demand for private equity investments and the important role they play in returns.  
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CT Appellate Court Enforces Liquidated Damages Clause in Residential Real Estate Contract 

The Connecticut Appellate Court recently issued a significant ruling in a case in which Martin LLP litigation partner Mark Gregory represented the seller of residential real estate to successfully enforce a liquidated damages clause upon the buyer's breach. Peterson v. McAndrew et al, 160 Conn. App. 180 (2015). Read More 

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