Sidley is pleased to share the April 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:
- Where to Draw the Line Between the Roles of Management and the Board
- Delaware Supreme Court Affirms Ruling Allowing Termination of Merger Based on Failure to Deliver a Required Tax Opinion
- Delaware Court of Chancery Rejects Books and Records Demand Suit by Squeezed-Out Stockholder
- Delaware Court of Chancery Defers to Dispute Resolution Clause in Legal Fee Advancement Ruling
- Delaware Supreme Court Holds That MLP Agreement Did Not Eliminate the Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing
- Delaware Again Underscores the “Cleansing” Effect of Approval by Disinterested and Fully Informed Stockholders
- Delaware Supreme Court Affirms C&J Energy
- Delaware Enjoins Merger Vote Until Buy-Side Financing Fees Disclosed
- New York and Disclosure-Only Settlements
- Highlights From Recent M&A Litigation Surveys
- DOJ Suit Shows Potential “Gun-Jumping” Risk of Using Tolling Agreement in Conjunction With HSR-Reportable Acquisition
- SEC Brings Enforcement Action for Inadequate Disclosure of Fee Arrangements With Investment Banks in a Control Contest
- SEC Staff Grants Most – But Not All – Requests to Exclude Proxy Access Shareholder Proposals to Increase the Limit on the Size of the Nominating Group
- SEC Mandates Hyperlinks to Exhibit Filings
- SEC Staff Grants Additional Relief From Conflict Minerals Requirements
- SEC Seeks Public Comment on Implementation of CEO Pay Ratio Disclosure Rule
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