Sidley is pleased to share the December 2021 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.
- Recent DOJ Criminal and Cyber Fraud Development — Preparing for the Signaled Step-Up in Enforcement
- SEC Dramatically Changes the Rules for Proxy Contests, Adopts Universal Proxy
- Board Oversight: Key Focus Areas for 2022
- Delaware Court of Chancery Enforces Advance Notice Bylaw Where Stockholders Failed to Supply Required Information
- Controller’s Reliance on a “Sham” Opinion of Counsel to Effect a Take-Private Leads to $700M Damages Award
- In a Rare Move, Delaware Court of Chancery Enjoins Stockholder Meeting for Disclosure Violations
- Delaware Supreme Court Confirms Appraisal Rights May Be Waived Contractually — Query What Else May Be
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DEVELOPMENTS
- ISS and Glass Lewis Release Policy Updates for 2022
- SEC Proposes to Rescind Final Rules Adopted in July 2020 Regulating Proxy Advisors
- SEC Enforcement Action Targets Inadequate Disclosure of Perks and Stock Pledges
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