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Delaware M&A Quarterly: Delaware Supreme Court Affirms Landmark MAE Findings

USA - January 9 2019 The Delaware Supreme Court, sitting en banc, unanimously affirmed the Court of Chancery’s opinion in Akorn, Inc. v. Fresenius Kabi AG holding that...

Ariel J. Deckelbaum, Scott A. Barshay, Taurie M. Zeitzer, Jeffrey D. Marell, Matthew W. Abbott, Robert B. Schumer, Frances F. Mi, Ross A. Fieldston, Cara M. Grisin.


Delaware Court of Chancery Declines to Dismiss Claims against Conflicted CEO

USA - December 14 2018 Recently in In re Xura, Inc. Stockholder Litigation, the Delaware Court of Chancery denied a motion to dismiss fiduciary duty claims against the CEO...

Ariel J. Deckelbaum, Scott A. Barshay, Taurie M. Zeitzer, Jeffrey D. Marell, Stephen P. Lamb, Matthew W. Abbott, Robert B. Schumer, Frances F. Mi, Ross A. Fieldston.


Delaware Supreme Court Clarifies That “ab initio” for MFW Purposes Means before the Start of Substantive Economic Negotiations

USA - October 15 2018 In Flood v. Synutra International, Inc., the Delaware Supreme Court affirmed the Court of Chancery’s holding that the controlling shareholder...

Ariel J. Deckelbaum, Scott A. Barshay, Taurie M. Zeitzer, Jeffrey D. Marell, Stephen P. Lamb, Matthew W. Abbott, Ross A. Fieldston.


Delaware M&A Quarterly - Autumn 2018

USA - October 5 2018 The recent Delaware Court of Chancery opinion in Olenik v. Lodzinski held that the parties to an acquisition had met the now well-known roadmap for...

Ariel J. Deckelbaum, Scott A. Barshay, Taurie M. Zeitzer, Jeffrey D. Marell, Stephen P. Lamb, Matthew W. Abbott, Ross A. Fieldston.


Delaware Court Clarifies When MFW’s Protections Must be in Place Under “Ab Initio” Requirement

USA - July 30 2018 The recent Delaware Court of Chancery opinion in Olenik v. Lodzinski held that the parties to an acquisition had met the now well-known roadmap for...

Ariel J. Deckelbaum, Scott A. Barshay, Taurie M. Zeitzer, Jeffrey D. Marell, Stephen P. Lamb, Matthew W. Abbott, Ross A. Fieldston.