Sidley is pleased to share the October 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:
- The Commonsense Principles of Corporate Governance—A New Baseline for Best Practices
- Seventh Circuit Adopts Trulia Standard for Disclosure-Only Settlements
- Recent Delaware Rulings Illustrate Increased Scrutiny of Mootness Fee Requests
- Delaware Court of Chancery Addresses Timing of Disclosure Claims
- Caremark Claims Remain Very Difficult to Pursue
- Delaware Court of Chancery Rejects Books and Records Demand for Documentation Regarding Repatriation Tax
- Delaware Court of Chancery Addresses the Effect of Fully Informed, Uncoerced Stockholder Approval in Two Cases
- Delaware Uses DCF Analysis in Appraisal for Private Company Merger
- Directors Can Be Sued For Using A Merger To Extinguish Threatened Derivative Lawsuits
- Recent Cornerstone Research Study Highlights M&A Litigation Trends
- SEC Staff Denies No-Action Relief to Companies Seeking to Exclude Shareholder Proposals Requesting Amendments to Existing Proxy Access Bylaws
- Financial Advisor in Rural/Metro Settles with SEC Over Disclosure Violations
- SEC Requests Comment on Corporate Governance and Executive Compensation Disclosures
- SEC Proposes Rules That Would Mandate Hyperlinks to Exhibit Filings
- IRS Changes Its No-Ruling Policy on Tax-Free Spinoffs
Current and past issues of Sidley Perspectives on M&A and Corporate Governance are available on our website. View the October issue here.
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