Sidley is pleased to share the April 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:
- DGCL Section 220: A Welcome Return to Fundamental Principles
- A Practical Approach to Due Diligence in China
- The Meaning of “Plainly Material” Post-Trulia
- Importance of Precise Wording in M&A Anti-Reliance Clauses
- “Controlling Stockholder” Designation is Contextual
- Whether or Not to Disclose Investigations Depends on the Context
- Supreme Court Holds That REIT Citizenship is Based on the Citizenship of Its Shareholders
SEC & REGULATORY DEVELOPMENTS
- SEC Grants No-Action Relief For “Substantially Implemented” Proxy Access Proposals
- SEC Under Increasing Pressure to Require Disclosure of Board Diversity
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DEVELOPMENTS
- Senate Bill Seeks to Amend Beneficial Ownership Reporting Rules to Rein in Activist Hedge Funds
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