International Law Office published an article by mergers & acquisitions partner James Lidbury (Hong Kong) and business & securities litigation counsel Martin Crisp (New York) that examines disclosure-only settlements and the Delaware Court of Chancery’s new regime outline: going forward, the court will be “vigilant in scrutinizing the ‘give’ and the ‘get’ of such settlements to ensure they are genuinely fair and reasonable.”
The article appeared in International Law Office’s Corporate Finance/M&A Newsletter on March 9.
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