AIJA: Buying the Brains: M&A in IP/IT Intensive Sectors

Place: Estonia, Tallinn
Time: 19 Apr 2013 – 20 Apr 2013
Working language: English

AIJA, the global association devoted to lawyers and in-house counsel, was organising a seminar on 19-20 April 2013 entitled “Buying the Brains: M&A in IP/IT intensive sectors”. The seminar took place in “E-stonia” in Tallinn – considered the perfect place for this seminar given that Skype software was developed by Estonians, that Estonia is the world’s first country to hold general elections online, that it produces a disproportionately high number of technology start-ups per capita and that the EU recently decided to set up their IT agency headquarters in Tallinn.

The seminar had five sessions:

  • A pipeline or down the drain?
  • Avoiding the traps: structuring transactions
  • Pre-deal issues
  • Valuing IPR-intensive companies
  • Closing and post-closing issues

Speakers included various international law firms as well as entrepreneurs and financial advisers like Allan Martinson from MTVP, Sami Lampinen from Inventure, Tiit Paananen from Skype, Margus Uudam from Ambient Sound Investments and the chairman of the Estonian Private Equity & Venture Capital Association, Demetrios Eleftheriou from EMC Corporation, Simonas Gustainis from BaltCap.

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