Not Held at Japan Society – Japan’s Emerging M&A Market: Defensive Measures, Judicial Review, and Insider Trading

October 12, 2007
Not Held at Japan Society – Japan’s Emerging M&A Market: Defensive Measures, Judicial Review, and Insider Trading

Friday, October 12
1:30 pm


Held at Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall, Room 105 (Jerome Greene Hall is located at 435 West 116th Street; the cross street is Amsterdam Ave.)

Organized by
The Tokyo Law Firm Mori Hamada & Matsumoto


Co-sponsored by
The Center for Japanese Legal Studies, Columbia Law School
Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Columbia Business School


Panelists include Satoshi Kawai and other leading Japanese M&A lawyers, with commentary by Profs. John C. Coffee, Jr., Ronald Gilson, and Jeffrey Gordon of Columbia Law School.


The conference will be moderated by Prof. Curtis J. Milhaupt of Columbia Law School.


Schedule of Events


1:30-3:30  Session I:  Recent Developments in the M&A Market


3:30-3:50  Coffee Break


3:50-5:00  Session II: Judicial Review of Insider Trading and its Impact on the M&A Market


5:00-6:30  Reception, Drapkin Lounge (3rd Floor, Jerome Greene Hall)


The conference is free of charge, but registration is required.
RSVP to Paulette Roberts ([email protected]).

  • October 12, 2007
  • 1:30 pm