Sidley is pleased to share the September 2021 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.
- “Fraud on the Board” — When Are the Victims at Fault?
- Impact of the White House’s Far-Reaching Executive Order on Competition Policy
- ESG Disclosures in Proxy Statements: Benchmarking the Fortune 50
- Caremark Claim Allowed to Proceed Against Boeing Directors for Failure to Implement and Oversee a Board-Level System to Monitor and Report on Airplane Safety
- Bear Market for Plaintiffs’ Liquidity-Based Conflict Allegations
- New York State Supreme Court Enforces an Exclusive Federal Forum Charter Provision, Continuing a Trend Started in California to Stem the Tide of 1933 Act Litigation
- In Case of Emergency, Break Glass: Litigation and Drafting Guidance From Delaware Court of Chancery Opinion on “Material Adverse Effect” Clauses
- When Even “Entirely Fair” Is Not Enough
- No Shortcuts Allowed: Delaware Court of Chancery Rejects Attempt to Circumvent MFW’s Two-Step Mandate
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DEVELOPMENTS
- SEC Approves New Nasdaq Board Diversity Listing Rules
- SEC Continues to Target Cybersecurity Disclosures; New Rule Proposals Expected Soon
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