Corporate Attys Want More High Court Action After Slow Term

By Jeff Zalesin (June 29, 2015, 2:55 PM EDT) -- With the U.S. Supreme Court closing the curtain Monday on a term that brought landmark decisions on same-sex marriage, health insurance subsidies and lethal injections, court watchers focused on corporate transactions and capital markets are feeling a little left out.

Despite its Omnicare decision in March, a mixed blessing for securities issuers adopting a middle-ground position on liability for executives' opinions, the high court stayed mostly silent this year on key questions for attorneys handling stock offerings, mergers, board shake-ups and lawsuits resulting from such corporate actions, experts told Law360.

"This term is not going to be remembered as a big...

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