Sidley is pleased to share the June 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.
- New and Heightened Considerations for M&A Earnouts in the Wake of COVID-19
- Antitrust in the Time of COVID-19
- Eight Steps for Audit Committees to Navigate the Pandemic
- Delaware Chancery Court Will Soon Decide Whether COVID-19 Justifies Walking Away From a Deal
- Caremark Claim Allowed to Proceed Against Audit Committee Members Based on Oversight Failures
- Delaware Supreme Court Upholds the Validity of Federal-Forum Provisions, but Questions Remain
- Special Committee Must Be Formed “Ab Initio” to Cleanse a Transaction With a Majority-Conflicted Board
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DEVELOPMENTS
- SEC Under Increasing Pressure to Mandate a Regulated, Uniform Approach to ESG Disclosures
- Novel Board and CEO Diversity Search Policies Emerge in Response to New York City Comptroller Initiative
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