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Delaware Court Concludes Shareholder Appraisal Action Is a “Securities Claim” Under a Directors and Officers Insurance Policy

USA - August 28 2019 This is a client alert that we recently put together addressing a recent case on whether an appraisal action is a "securities claim" under a D&O...

Larry P. Schiffer, Edward E. Steiner.

Delaware Court Concludes Shareholder Appraisal Action Is a “Securities Claim” Under a D&O Policy

USA - August 20 2019 In what appears to be a ruling of first impression, a Delaware Superior Court has held that a dissenting shareholders' appraisal action constitutes a...

Larry P. Schiffer, Edward E. Steiner.

Delaware Superior Court Excludes Coverage for Directors Acting in Dual Capacity as Investors

USA - January 23 2019 Directors and officers ("D&O") liability insurance generally protects directors and officers against legal expenses and personal liability for acts...

Edward E. Steiner, David A. Zagore.

Sharing privileged communications in the M&A context fresh guidance from New York’s Appellate Division

USA - February 20 2015 In an acquisition context, an acquirer will frequently need information to assess risk associated with litigation, regulatory or other issues...

Effectively managing the sale of a private company in the US

USA - June 11 2014 For owners of privately-held companies, the decision to sell their business is often the culmination of decades of hard work and may be one of the...

Daniel F. Roules, Jenny Liu.