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Financial terms in "Mergers and Acquisitions"

1. Buyout

2. consolidation

3. lock-up option

4. change of control

5. consolidation phase

6. Merger

7. paper offer

8. Whitemail

9. creeping takeover

10. reverse acquisition

11. takeover stock

12. Golden Parachute

13. dividends-received deduction

14. club deal

15. letter of intent

16. stock swap

17. statutory consolidation

18. sandbag

19. stock-for-asset reorganization

20. raider

21. Asset value

22. Asset Stripping

23. leveraged recapitalization

24. killer bee

25. target

26. commission recapture

27. final closing date

28. negative goodwill

29. unbundling

30. PMV

31. gray knight

32. in-process research and development

33. swap ratio

34. any-and-all bid

35. takeover ratio

36. Toehold purchase

37. material adverse change (MAC)

38. strategic buyer

39. amalgamation

40. LBO

41. backward integration

42. Revlon rule

43. Corporate Raider

44. National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts (NACVA)

45. coinsurance effect

46. hostile leveraged buyout

47. management buyin

48. staple financing

49. takeover artist

50. Net advantage to merging

51. type D reorganization

52. RTO

53. controlled company

54. style drift

55. whitewash resolution

56. Cash Reserves

57. takeout value

58. Scorched-Earth Policy

59. anti-takeover measure

60. financial sponsor

61. Reverse Merger

62. busted takeover

63. bulk sales escrow

64. White Knight

65. Accretion

66. Show stopper

67. self tender defense

68. friendly takeover

69. buy, strip and flip

70. dead hand provision

71. equity method

72. takeunder

73. bear hug

74. restricted

75. earnout

76. agglomeration

77. qualifying transaction

78. fairness opinion

79. MBI

80. zombie

81. breakup fee

82. hostile tender offer

83. anti-takeover statute

84. Michael Milken

85. hostile bid

86. drag-along right

87. dead hand provision on poison pill

88. absorbed

89. backdoor listing

90. Dawn Raid

91. Grey Knight

92. merger securities

93. type B reorganization

94. Takeover Bid

95. Bear Raid

96. offer period

97. vertical acquisition

98. Black Knight

99. financial buyer

100. mergers and acquisitions

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a statutory basis (trademark act Section 2(d), 15 U.S.C. Section 1052(d), TMEP §1207 et seq.) for refusing registration of a trademark or service mark because it is likely to conflict with a mark or marks already registered or pendingbefore the USPTO. After an application is filed, the assigned examining attorney will search the USPTO records to determine if such a conflict exists between the mark in the application and another mark that is registered or pending before the USPTO. The USPTO will not conduct any preliminary searches for conflicting marks before an applicant files an application and cannot provide legal advice on whether a particular mark can be registered. The principal factors considered by the examining attorney in determining whether there is a likelihood of confusion are: (1) the similarity of the marks; and (2) the commercial relationship between the goods and/or services listed in the application. To find a conflict, the marks do not have to be identical, and the goods and/or services do not have to be the same. It may be enough that the marks are similar and the goods and/or services related. If a conflict exists between your mark and a registered mark, the examining attorney will refuse registration on the ground of likelihood of confusion. If a conflict exists between your mark and a mark in a pending application that was filed before your application, the examining attorney will notify you of the potential conflict and possibly suspend action on your application. If the earlier-filed application registers, the examining attorney will refuse registration of your mark on the ground of likelihood of confusion.

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