Sidley is pleased to share the June 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:
- Board Exposure to Claims of Failure of Oversight – Compliance Risk; Business Risk; Cyber Risk
- Delaware Appraisal Arbitrage: Two New “Pushbacks”?
- New York’s Highest Court Provides a Roadmap for Controller Transactions
- In Delaware, Fully-Informed, Uncoerced Stockholder Vote Leads to Business Judgment Review
- Delaware Court of Chancery Thwarts Incumbent Directors’ Plan to Reduce Board Size to Avoid a Proxy Contest
- Delaware Court of Chancery Declines to Intervene When Company Waives its Delaware Exclusive Forum Bylaw to Settle Litigation in California
- Delaware Supreme Court Holds That Registration to Do Business in Delaware Does Not Confer General Jurisdiction
- Institutional Investors Continue to Increase Their Focus on Long-Tenured Directors
- New Treasury and IRS Regulations Impact Common Intercompany Debt Structures and Limit the U.S. Tax Benefits of Inversions
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