Delaware Deal Litigation: What You Missed In Q1

By Liz Hoffman (April 5, 2013, 7:54 PM EDT) -- With a booming stock market and megamergers galore, practitioners would be forgiven if their focus was on New York instead of Wilmington. But the Delaware Chancery Court weighed in on key issues sure to make their way back to the boardroom. Here's a recap of the first quarter in shareholder and deal-related litigation:

Are Cash Flows Material? Maybe Not

In buyout deals, shareholders are essentially given a choice: cash today or cash in the future. Just how much they are entitled to know about that future cash, however, has been an evolving area of Delaware law for years. Chancellor Leo Strine...

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