Sidley is pleased to share the December 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:
- Disclosure-Only Settlements: A Disappearing—or a Changing—Target?
- Board Priorities in the Face of Expanding Expectations
- CFIUS and Tsinghua’s Bid for Micron
- Delaware Supreme Court Affirms Rural Metro
- Approval of Merger by Fully Informed Disinterested Stockholders Invokes Business Judgment Review
- One More Step Towards Unified Business Judgment Review of Mergers
- Controlled Corporations Must Still Follow Corporate Formalities
- Ratification of Defective Acts under Delaware Corporate Law
SEC & Regulatory Developments
- SEC Issues New Guidance on Excludability of Shareholder Proposals
- SEC Provides Guidance on “Unbundling” Proposals in M&A Proxy Statements
Corporate Governance Developments
- Plaintiffs’ Lawyers Increasingly Target Dead Hand Proxy Puts in Credit Agreements
- ISS and Glass Lewis Release Updated Proxy Voting Policies for the 2016 Proxy Season
- Pressure Increasing to Compel Disclosure of Corporate Political Spending
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