Key 2011 Delaware Rulings for M&A, Corporate Governance and Alternative Entity Practice

May 24, 2012

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

During 2011, Delaware’s Supreme Court and Court of Chancery issued a number of decisions addressing mergers and acquisitions, corporate govnernance and alternative entities.  The rulings address fiduciary duties in the M&A context, including banker conflicts, and in the context of alternative entities.

The Delaware court decisions also focused on developments concerning the interpretation of contract and charter terms.  The new Delaware rulings will shape the way corporate counsel approach M&A deals and corporate governance issues going forward. 

Richards Layton director Mike Allen will join a panel that will highlight these key 2011 Delaware court decisions and their impact on corporate and commercial law practice.  The panel will explain the legal and practical takeaways that corporate and deal counsel should immediately apply.