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This next session I think we've been looking forward to for some time now Rick and I met many months ago and had planned out this concept and I'm so pleased to see it now coming together because both Rick and Keith are going to walk through a mock negotiation they're going to endeavor to cover three different issues in an M&A transaction and this really hits to the spirit of what we're doing with transaction advisors is to understand and uncover the best practice in putting deals together and collectively I think we can advance the practice of a better more strategic more thoughtful negotiations better deals and certainly this will hit right on the right home in terms of that ambition so with that let me turn it over to Rick and Keith we're going to lead this next session thanks okay well thank you William can everybody hear me okay good so my name is Rick Klieman I'm joined this afternoon by my Hogan Lovells colleague Keith Lau I'm somewhat embarrassed to admit on behalf of both of us that between the two of us we have more than six decades of collective M&A experience and advise yeah it's depressing to even say that but our focus today as Williams suggested is going to be on negotiating M&A deals and in particular negotiating certain purchase price formulations that I'm guessing many of you in the audience have dealt with before and also time permitting excuse me we're going to address a growing and at times annoying trend that has emerged in the negotiation of key provisions in the acquisition agreement and that is the reliance and I would almost say blind reliance on these now widely proliferated deal point studies that many of you have seen these...