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Delaware Rundown: What You Missed In Q2

Law360 (July 5, 2018, 10:36 AM EDT) -- During the second quarter of 2018, the Delaware judiciary further shaped appraisal rights, weighed in on a challenge to a major shareholder’s voting power and wrapped up a yearslong battle over a court-ordered company sale.

Here, Law360 outlines some of the biggest mergers and acquisitions-related developments in Delaware from the three-month span that lawyers need to know.

Shareholders Denied Appraisal Rights Because of Deal Structure

A company’s shareholders learned they don't have appraisal rights after a Delaware Chancery Court judge in June ruled that the company...
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