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Converging Approaches of Delaware and Canadian Courts in M&A Litigation

Recorded on: Nov. 8, 2017
Running Time: 01:03:35

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Taken from the briefing Converging Approaches of Delaware and Canadian Courts in M&A Litigation recorded November 2017 in New York.

The U.S. courts are deferring to the business judgment of directors in M&A transactions that have been properly approved by shareholders. This deference is making it more difficult for investors to advance post-closing damages claims. The net effect? Declining M&A litigation in the U.S., and alignment with the Canadian courts' approach to reviewing M&A transactions.

Lecture Topics  [01:03:34]

In this One-Hour Briefing, John Emanoilidis, Andrew Gray and Mile T. Kurta of Torys LLP will address:

  • the recent Corwin decision and its aftermath;
  • the Canadian approach to deal reviews in M&A litigation; and
  • the impact on deal making and the importance of disclosure.

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  • TORYS: Converging Approaches of Canadian and U.S. M&A
    John Emanoilidis, Andrew Gray, Mile T. Kurta
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John E Emanoilidis ~ Torys LLP
Andrew Gray ~ Torys LLP
Mile T Kurta ~ Torys LLP
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