Delaware Rundown: What You Missed In Q1

Law360 (April 5, 2018, 2:16 PM EDT) -- The Delaware judiciary over the first three months of the year slashed deal prices in a series of stock appraisal cases and took a stand against improperly restrictive director nominating and eligibility bylaws.

Here, Law360 outlines some of the biggest mergers and acquisitions-related developments in Delaware from the first quarter of 2018 that lawyers need to be up on.

Slashed Deal Values Shock Stock Appraisal Cases

A series of February decisions dealt a blow to appraisal actions, with the Delaware judiciary finding that the fair value of three separate transactions fell below — and in one case, far below — the...

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