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Offeree

The person or company that receives an offer.
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1995) ("Whether an offering is public within the meaning of the 1933 act depends on '(1) the number of offerees; (2) the sophistication of the offerees, including their access to the type of information that would be contained in a registration statement; and (3) the manner of the offering.
1st DCA 2008), when the proposal for settlement included a specific condition precluding acceptance by only one of the two offerees.
4) If the proposed distribution was too skewed, it became more important for the offeree to punish the greedy offeror than to benefit from the pittance proposed as her own share.
The only conditions imposed on employers by the ADA are that all offerees be asked these questions, and that information gathered in response to the questions be kept confidential.
As an agent hired by Congress, the PTO acts as an offeror who must determine whether an offeree has triggered a legal obligation by accepting his offer.
Even though the Supreme Court's focus in Ralston Purina is on the information needs of unsophisticated offerees such as the chow-loading foreman, consider just how little information the chow-loading foreman receives, even today.
37) Once promissory estoppel became established as black letter doctrine, offerees could argue that their reliance on an offer could make it irrevocable--even if none of the traditional formal devices were used.
With regard to risks and financial statement disclosure, the disclosure latitude is keyed to the size of the offering and the net worth and sophistication of the offerees targeted in the offering.
Although there is no strict numeric standard for determining the availability of the private placement exemption, any increase in the number of offerees increases the risk that a particular offeree does not meet this two-part test.
qualified offerees (as defined in the eligibility letter) are authorized to receive the Tender and Exchange Offer Statement and to participate in the Offers (each such holder, an Eligible Holder).
The parties announced on 24 February they were holding preliminary talks over a possible merger, saying that both were treated as offerees under the takeover rules in the UK and given until 24 March 2014 to decide on whether to make a firm offer for the other.
Finally, there is a certified conflict between Florida district courts of appeal regarding whether a proposal directed to multiple offerees with a condition requiring all offerees to accept is enforceable.