Corporate Inversions: Desertion or Value Maximization?

Corporate Inversions: Desertion or Value Maximization?
Corporate Inversions
Published on Dec 18, 2014

On October 14, 2014, Stanford Law School’s Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance hosted the discussion “Corporate Inversions: Desertion or Value Maximization?”

The talk brought together leading inversion experts from academia and practice, including Professor Edward Kleinbard of USC Gould School of Law, Ronald E. Creamer, Jr. of Sullivan & Cromwell, and moderator Professor Joe Bankman of Stanford Law School, to discuss what’s behind the recent flurry of inversion activity, how inversion transactions work, and what–if anything–should be done to curtail them through restrictions or corporate tax reform.

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