Revisiting When — And When Not — To Seek Appraisal

By Michael Maimone and Joseph Schoell (May 20, 2019, 3:26 PM EDT) -- On May 2, Law360 published our article titled "When To Seek Appraisal: A New Checklist." Although having an article published is gratifying, there is greater gratification in knowing that the article was actually read and that it fostered discussion. Since the publication of the article, several individuals wanted to discuss the current purposes of statutory appraisal. After these discussions, it became apparent that, unless further refined by the Delaware courts or amended by the Delaware General Assembly, appraisal may be relevant only in the context of certain factual scenarios....

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