Law360, Wilmington (October 2, 2017, 6:49 PM EDT) -- Richards Layton & Finger PA's deep Delaware roots are key to its growth and continued success, which includes recent work for independent directors in Dell's $24 billion go-private deal and for the same company in a statutory appraisal suit appeal just argued before the Delaware Supreme Court.
The 152-attorney firm fields a 58-member corporate department that in 2016 took part in 69 deals valued at $100 million or greater, and its corporate litigators have represented parties in cutting-edge cases in state and federal courts.
Principals of the firm, which dates to 1899, have filled some of state's court benches and political...
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