Sidley is pleased to share the March 2020 issue of Sidley Perspectives on M&A and Corporate Governance, a quarterly newsletter designed to keep you current on what we consider to be the most important legal developments involving M&A and corporate governance matters.
- Warren Buffett’s Idea for Better Corporate Governance—Dueling Experts
- When CEOs Speak Up
- Delaware Chancery Court Decision Analyzes Concepts of “Materiality” and MAE, Which Are “Analytically Distinct”
- Stockholders Are Not Required to Describe How They Plan to Use Corporate Books and Records Requested Under DGCL Section 220
- Delaware Supreme Court Upholds “Clear and Unambiguous” Deadline in an Advance Notice Bylaw
- Corporations Do Not Have a Right to Recover Excess Prepayments Under the Delaware Appraisal Statute
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DEVELOPMENTS
- BlackRock and State Street Call for Sustainable Business Practices and Improved ESG Disclosure
- New York State Will Require Corporations to Report on Board Gender Diversity
- SEC Leaders Remind Audit Committees of Their Oversight Responsibilities
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