Australasian Lawyer TV: The 'real' outlook for M&A

M&A may have been in the doldrums last year for law firms, but things are looking brighter in 2014. Find out why Clayton Utz partner Karen Evans-Cullen believes the fundamentals are right for a revival

M&A was in the doldrums last year for law firms.

In fact, Clayton Utz's recent The Real Deal wrap of M&A activity in 2013 found that it was a very quiet year for overall M&A activity, with the lowest number of deals over $50 million since way back in 2002.  

However, things are looking brighter in 2014.

Clayton Utz partner Karen Evans-Cullen believes the fundamentals are right for an M&A revival, and she tells us why in this Australasian Lawyer TV report.

Don't miss her predictions on where the big opportunities will be, and how M&A targets can ramp up competitive tension to increase deal premiums.

Australasian Lawyer TV: 2014 will see M&A comeback
 

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