ASU Law’s Corporate and Business Law Society, Association for Corporate Growth’s Arizona Chapter, and the Office of Career and Employment Services invite ASU law students for a topic on “Why Good Deals Go Bad.” Experienced M&A attorneys will discuss the most common reasons that M&A deals fall apart, fail, or end up in litigation and give their suggestions on how deal lawyers can help prevent that from happening.
- Ashley Gleckler, Attorney, Polsinelli
- Austin D. Potenza, Shareholder, May Potenza Baran & Gillespie P.C.
- Taylor Gustafson, Attorney, Polsinelli
About the Association for Corporate Growth
Founded in 1954, ACG is the premier M&A deal making community with 59 chapters worldwide. ACG’s global network comprises more than 100,000 middle market professionals who invest, own and advise growing companies. ACG’s mission is to drive middle-market growth. ACG reaches its audience through its content-rich media channels, including its award-winning flagship publication Middle Market Growth®, which dives into emerging trends, Growth TV which brings those stories to life and its podcasts that provide in-depth conversations with industry thought leaders. ACG’s content reaches an average daily audience of 30,000 and receives 1 million impressions monthly. ACG’s 15,000 members leverage an array of exclusive benefits rich in dealmaking and networking opportunities and extend to its partnerships with Insperity, Cambridge FX, Grata, Founders Card, CLEAR and more. Learn more about ACG membership.