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A Teachable Moment On Adequate Disclosures

Law360 (August 16, 2018, 1:37 PM EDT) -- Full and accurate disclosure of information by a corporation to its stockholders is a basic component of obtaining consent to mergers, acquisitions, tender offers and other fundamental transactions. All material information must be disclosed and the disclosure cannot be materially misleading. What is sufficiently material for disclosure turns on what a reasonable investor would consider important when deciding how to vote on, or participate in, the transaction. The information must be accurate, full and a fair characterization of events so as not to be deemed materially...
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