Evaluating M&A Deals: How Poison Pills Work Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

The poison pill defense against hostile takeovers was devised in 1982 by Martin Lipton, of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen along with Katz. Pills are measured the most effective of all the ordinary shields against a hostile bidder.

Describes the two basic kinds of poison pills (flip-ins and flip-overs), and clarifies how the type of a tender offer alters the impact of a pill on the bidder. Also describes bidders can set tender offers up to avoid poison pills.

PUBLICATION DATE: October 18, 2007 PRODUCT #: 208061-HCB-ENG

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