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Deferential business judgment rule applied to third party acquisition of target with a controlling stockholder *

USA - August 7 2013
Court of Chancery determines that the use of both a special committee and majority-of-the-minority vote will result in application of the business…

Co-authors: Alan J. Stone.


Court of Chancery holds that forum selection bylaws are statutorily and contractually valid *

USA - June 27 2013
In the consolidated decision of Boilermakers Local 154 Retirement Fund v. Chevron Corporation, et al. and ICLUB Investment Partnership v. FedEx…

Co-authors: Alan J. Stone.


Deferential business judgment rule can apply to going private transactions with controlling stockholders *

USA - June 3 2013
In In Re MFW Shareholders Litigation, Chancellor Strine held that the standard of judicial review applicable to going private mergers with…

Co-authors: Roland Hlawaty, Alan J. Stone.


NetSpend board in breach of Revlon duties as sale process is determined not to be designed to produce best price *

USA - May 30 2013
In a highly contextual decision on a motion for a preliminary injunction, Vice Chancellor Glasscock recently held in Brenda Koehler v. NetSpend…

Co-authors: Alan J. Stone.


Delaware Chancery Court denies summary judgment on Revlon claims *

USA - May 15 2013
Recently, in In re Plains Exploration & Production Company Stockholder Litigation1, the Delaware Court of Chancery denied the plaintiffs' request for…

Co-authors: Roland Hlawaty.


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