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Justice Jacobs and Others Analyze Hostile Takeovers in Developed and Emerging Markets

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In the most recent issue of the Harvard International Law Journal, John Armour, Justice Jacobs and Curtis Milhaupt analyze how hostile takeovers arise under similar circumstances in different countries and how countries enact substantially different regulatory responses to hostile takeovers.  The article focuses primarily on hostile takeovers in the United States, United Kingdom and Japan, but also considers the possible trajectory of hostile takeovers in emerging markets like China, India and Brazil.


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