By Michael Maimone and Joseph Schoell, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP (May 9, 2017, 10:34 AM EDT) -- Over the past year, much has been written about In re Trulia Inc. Shareholder Litigation. This decision of the Delaware Court of Chancery has been (a) described as "a devastating blow to disclosure settlements," (b) recognized as a response to "the abusive nature of much M&A litigation," (c) identified as "the procedural prong of the Delaware courts' general effort to reduce the volume of unnecessary M&A litigation," (d) branded "a new regime for the court's consideration of proposed disclosure-based settlements of litigation challenging M&A transactions," (e) acknowledged as not a mere "clamp on disclosure-only settlements in merger and acquisition lawsuits; [but having] established a new paradigm for what kinds of challenges to deals will pass muster in" Delaware, and (f) characterized as "a new rule for evaluating disclosure settlements — the 'plainly material' standard — and expressed a preference for disclosure claims to be either litigated or mooted." All of these descriptions of Trulia were made by commentators in one publication — Law360 — and many more articles in many more publications have been written predicting the impact of Trulia....
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