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Lowenstein Sandler LLP | Canada | 27 Mar 2020

JDSupra: Canadian Appellate Court Finds Merger Price as Fair Value in Appraisal Case

Per JDSupra, the Yukon Court of Appeal overturned a decision applying a discounted cash flow analysis to a Canadian appraisal proceeding, holding…
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Braumiller Law Group | USA | 7 Feb 2020

Supply Chain - Speed Kills: What is driving this, and where is the speed coming from?

“When can I get it?” Consumers have an insatiable appetite for speed. Just a few years ago, Dell made the news that you could get a customized laptop…
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Braumiller Law Group | China, USA, Vietnam | 15 Aug 2019

Good-Bye China, Hello Vietnam

The trade war between the U.S. and China has dragged on for more than a year now with 25% tariffs currently placed on $200 billion of Chinese goods…
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Cozen O'Connor | USA | 1 May 2019

Delaware Supreme Court Reemphasizes Importance of Deal Price in Appraisal Litigation

On April 16, 2019, the Delaware Supreme Court reversed a significant appraisal decision from the Court of Chancery in Verition Partners v. Aruba…
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Shearman & Sterling LLP | USA | 23 Apr 2019

Delaware Supreme Court finds deal price minus synergies as fair value in Aruba Networks appraisal appeal, rather than average preannouncement stock price

On April 16, 2019, the Delaware Supreme Court, in a per curiam decision, held that Aruba Networks, Inc.’s (“Aruba”) fair value in an appraisal action…
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Ropes & Gray LLP | USA | 27 Mar 2019

Court provides guidance on applicability of transaction price as measure of fair value

Two Delaware appraisal decisions issued in 2018 illustrate that, following the Delaware Supreme Court's decisions in Dell and DFC, the Delaware courts remain willing to give substantial evidentiary weight to a deal price as an indicator of fair value where the underlying transaction is the product of an open process characterised by the objective indicia of reliability.
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Freidenberg Freidenberg & Lifsic | Argentina | 20 Mar 2019

Did you pack your own bag? Appeal court overturns lost luggage claim

The Civil and Commercial Court of Appeals recently overturned a first-instance decision concerning a laptop lost on an Aeromexico flight from New York to Buenos Aires. The first-instance court had ordered Aeromexico to pay damages, but the appeal court found that the model of the lost laptop had never been sold in Argentina and that the plaintiff had neither proved that her laptop had been......
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Loyens & Loeff | European Union, United Kingdom | 29 Jan 2019

Brexit Blog 3: Market Reconnaissance

In this third Brexit blog, we will take an inspirational tour d’horizon of how (major) European companies are preparing for whatever type of Brexit…
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Marshall Gerstein & Borun LLP | USA | 7 Jan 2019

“Your Call”: Fed. Cir. Says OK not to Reconsider Despite Remand

In Dell, Inc. v. Acceleron, LLC, 884 F.3d 1364 (Fed. Cir. 2018), the Federal Circuit determined that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board was not…
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Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP | USA | 18 Dec 2018

The 3 Most Important Bid Protest Decisions Of 2018

In 2018, three particularly important decisions were issued that will have a significant impact on bid protest law for years to come: Dell Federal…
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