Ropes & Gray Attorneys Discuss Delaware Post-Trial Opinions on Conflicts of Interest in International Law Office

May 7, 2014
1 minutes

International Law Office published a May 7 article authored by private equity partner Jason Freedman (San Francisco) and mergers & acquisitions partner Jane Goldstein (Boston). In the article, titled “Financial adviser liable for aiding and abetting board breach of fiduciary duties,” they discuss the Delaware Court of Chancery’s post-trial opinion in In Re Rural/Metro Corporation Stockholders Litigation, one in a series of recent Delaware opinions concerning conflicts of interest of banks and investment firms in advising companies in sale transactions.