Delaware Law Developments 2014: What All Business Lawyers Need to Know

May 28, 2014

Event| Corporate Transactions| Corporate & Chancery Litigation| Limited Liability Company & Partnership Advisory

Delaware law continues to play a critical role in U.S. corporate and securities law, particularly in today’s challenging and changing business environment. This unique annual program focuses on the important Delaware corporate law developments over the past year and their practical impact on corporate and legal practice.

Top Delaware corporate law experts from the Delaware judiciary, leading law firms, major corporations and academia will examine the latest case law and practical trends and share their real-world experiences, insights, and advice on the issues of greatest concern to the corporate/securities legal community.

Greg Williams will act as a moderator and John Hendershot will speak on a panel entitled “Appraisal Litigation,” exploring appraisal as an investment strategy, identifying when to seek appraisal, the mechanics of an appraisal, and recent appraisal case law. Greg Williams will moderate and Srini Raju will participate on a panel entitled “Recent Developments with LLCs and Limited Partnerships,” addressing default fiduciary duties in LLCs, modification of fiduciary duties in LLCs, recent cases, the meaning of good faith in the LP/LLC context, standards of review for interested transactions, and conflict committee best practices.