Alert

Recommended Alerts

Sign Up For Alerts

Advance Notice Bylaws: Caution Required

The recent Delaware Chancery Court decision of Paul A. Rosenbaum, et al. v. CytoDyn Inc., et al. reinforces a board’s ability to enforce reasonably-drafted advance notice bylaws.

Read More

The Ropes Recap: Mergers & Acquisitions Law News

Practices: Mergers & Acquisitions

Printer-Friendly Version

WELCOME TO THE NEW ROPES RECAPour quarterly briefing of M&A news, trends and legal developments. We are thrilled to launch this new publication, which includes contributions from more than 30 members of our global team. Each quarter, the Ropes Recap will highlight noteworthy legal decisions, trends and other developments relevant to M&A—both in the US and globally.

In this edition, we discuss important cases and developments that address a variety of issues, including:

  • What actions can be taken to reduce the likelihood for a court to find that an influential minority stockholder is a controller?
  • Can executive compensation payments constitute a waste of corporate assets?
  • Will only a showing of negligence support disclosure claims under Section 14(e)?
  • Should a company’s unaffected market price serve as the best evidence for the fair value of that company’s shares in an appraisal proceeding?
  • What is the EU General Data Protection Regulation and does it apply to U.S. companies?
  • Must notice provisions in transaction agreements be strictly complied with?

Printer-Friendly Version

Cookie Settings