Sidley is pleased to share the December issue of Sidley Perspectives on M&A and Corporate Governance, a bimonthly newsletter designed to keep you current on what we consider to be the most important legal developments involving M&A and corporate governance matters. Topics covered in this issue include: ANALYSIS
- Debunking the Debunker: A Reaction to Chuck Nathan’s “7 Myths” About Activists
- Shareholder Activism: The Potential Impact of Mandatory Use of Universal Proxy Cards
- Delaware Appraisal Developments – Lessons Old and New
- Delaware Court of Chancery Applies Business Judgment Review to Going-Private, Squeeze-Out Merger Based on M&F Worldwide
- Delaware Provides Further Guidance on Application of Business Judgment Rule to Post-Closing Damages Claims
- Delaware Court of Chancery Refines the Caremark Bad Faith Standard
- SEC Staff Issues Guidance on Five-Day Debt Tender Offers and Disclosure of Financial Advisor Compensation Arrangements in Equity Tender Offers
- SEC Staff Provides Limited Guidance on CEO Pay Ratio Disclosure Rule
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DEVELOPMENTS
- ISS and Glass Lewis Release Updated Proxy Voting Policies for the 2017 Proxy Seaso
- Business Roundtable Seeks to Modernize the Shareholder Proposal Process
- New Treasury and IRS Debt-Equity Tax Regulations May Impact M&A Structuring and Due Diligence
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