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A checklist for private labeling joint ventures

USA - May 22 2012 Joint marketing arrangements between unrelated insurers can be an effective sales and financial tool for both companies.

Outsourcing transactions in the insurance industry

USA - December 5 2011 The insurance industry has long been focused on reducing costs and improving operational efficiencies.

Co-authors: James A. Harvey.

Delaware Chancery Court speaks to applicability of Revlon in mixed consideration merger

USA - February 11 2011 In the recent case of Steinhardt v. Howard-Anderson, discussed previously on this site with respect to the court’s position regarding certain proxy disclosures, Vice Chancellor Laster offered a new insight into the application of the enhanced Revlon review to a transaction where the consideration was a combination of cash and stock.

Two Delaware cases may expand merger-related proxy disclosures regarding roles of financial advisors

USA - February 7 2011 Vice Chancellor Laster of the Delaware Court of Chancery recently enjoined two separate acquisitions, each pending additional disclosures regarding financial advisors.

Further word on appraisal rights from Delaware court: definition of “fair value”

USA - January 27 2011 In Golden Telecom, Inc. v. Global GT LP, the Delaware Chancery Court recently reiterated its definition of “fair value,” rejecting arguments from both the company and the stockholder who exercised its appraisal rights under Section 262 of the Delaware General Corporation Law.

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