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Recent Developments in Delaware Law

Recorded on: Jul. 24, 2017
Running Time: 01:32:09

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Taken from the Web Program Delaware Law Developments 2017: What All Business Lawyers Need to Know recorded July, 2017 in New York.

Recent Developments in Delaware Law [01:32:09]
  • Standard of post-closing review of third-party M&A Deals
  • Disclosure-Only Settlements
  • Aiding and Abetting Liability
  • Direct vs. Derivative Revisited
  • Other recent cases/pending legislation
  • Section 220 Litigation
  • Entire Fairness and Transactions Involving Controllers

Gregory P. Williams, Gary A. Bornstein, Catherine G. Dearlove, William Lafferty, Scott B. Luftglass,  Theodore Mirvis, Pamela Tikellis

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  • Corporate & Alternative Entities Companion 2017–2018
    William M. Lafferty
  • Takeover Law and Practice
    Theodore N. Mirvis
  • Recent Appraisal Decision Relies Solely on Merger Price to Determine “Fair Value”—And May Suggest Greater Receptivity to Downward Adjustments to Exclude Value of Synergies—Merion v. Lender Processing
    Scott Luftglass
  • Reaffirmation That Stockholder Vote Will Cleanse Non-Conflicted Controller Transactions and Even Those Transactions Approved By Boards That Allegedly Were Not Independent and Disinterested—Merge Healthcare
    Scott Luftglass
  • Court of Chancery Confirms Narrow Path for Success of Post-Closing Disclosure Claims—Nguyen v. Barrett
    Scott Luftglass
  • Court of Chancery Confirms Directors’ Self-Interest Does Not Exclude “Cleansing” Under Corwin—And Disclosure Is Sufficient If Stockholders Can “Stitch Together the Facts” to Infer Self-Interest—Columbia Pipeline
    Scott Luftglass
  • In Our View, Dell Has Not Increased the Risk of an Appraisal Award Higher than the Merger Price—But Highlights that a “Meaningfully” Competitive Sale Process Is the Key to Reducing the Risk
    Scott Luftglass
  • In Appraisal Case Involving Unusual Business Uncertainty, the Court of Chancery Rejects Sole Reliance on the Merger Price Despite “Robust” Sale Process—DFC Global
    Scott Luftglass
  • Unusual Facts Preclude “Cleansing” of Stockholder-Approved Merger, But the Power of Corwin Continues—Saba Software
    Scott Luftglass
  • Solera Decision Underscores (Again) Difficulties of Challenging a Transaction That Was Approved by Disinterested Stockholders
    Scott Luftglass
  • Court of Chancery Notes Uncertainty Whether Unocal Heightened Scrutiny Applies in Corwin Stockholder-Approved Transactions—Paramount Gold & Silver
    Scott Luftglass
  • Further Confirmation that Obtaining Post-Closing Damages in Non-Controller M&A Transactions Will Be Very Difficult for Plaintiffs—Comstock and Larkin
    Scott Luftglass
  • Presentation Material
  • Recent Developments in Delaware Law
    Catherine G. Dearlove
  • Recent Developments in Delaware Law
    William M. Lafferty, Scott Luftglass
  • Recent Developments in Delaware Law
    Theodore N. Mirvis
(s)
Gary A Bornstein ~ Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP
Catherine G Dearlove ~ Richards, Layton & Finger, P.A.
William M Lafferty ~ Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP
Scott Luftglass ~ Partner, Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson
Theodore N Mirvis ~ Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
Pamela S Tikellis ~ Chimicles & Tikellis LLP
Gregory P Williams ~ Richards, Layton & Finger, P.A.
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