Recap

Catching Up With Delaware's Chancery Court

By Leslie A. Pappas (April 4, 2022, 4:59 PM EDT) -- Last week Delaware Chancery Court watchers learned that Tesla CEO Elon Musk may finally go to trial over his multibillion-dollar pay package, reality TV star Julia Haart is no longer acting CEO of a New York modeling and talent agency, and shareholder Carl Icahn was thwarted once again in his attempt to take over Southwest Gas.

Other Chancery Court highlights include a SPAC suing its $556 million deal target, a $40.5 million yoga fee, and a gleeful court reference to "The Maltese Falcon."

For all those who have been struggling to keep up, here's a wrap-up of the news last week...

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