Home Furnisher Pays $3.7M To Settle Merger Suit
Plaintiffs firm Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman & Robbins LLP was seeking a preliminary injunction enjoining a shareholder meeting on the merger proposal. The firm also wanted the court to allow Sears to make its offer directly to Restoration's shareholders.
The firm alleged that management of the home furnishing company officials wrongly supported and...
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