The economic crisis and market distress caused by COVID-19 has naturally focused attention on MACs both in credit agreements and acquisition financings. This session looked at the latest developments on Material Adverse Effect (MAE) in M&A transactions and acquisition financings. Our expert panelists discussed:

  • What events do and do not constitute a MAE
  • M&A MAE clauses in light of COVID-19
  • Recently filed MAE cases in Delaware
  • Developments in acquisition financing commitments


Thursday, April 23, 2020
4PM to 4:50PM (ET)|Webcast Only
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1 CLE Credit Hour|Available for NYS Transitional and Non-Transitional – Areas of Professional Practice.


  • Julian Chung, Partner, Fried Frank
  • Mark Hayek, Partner, Fried Frank
  • Scott Luftglass, Partner, Fried Frank
  • Matthew Soran, Partner, Fried Frank
  • Tess Virmani, Associate General Counsel & EVP, Public Policy, LSTA, Intro

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