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Delaware Litigation 2017: Assessing Trends at Year-End

Litigation in Delaware in 2017 has somewhat turned on its head the long-held expectation that “every public deal draws a lawsuit” but “private company stockholders rarely sue.” Early indications that public company deal litigation would decrease in Delaware courts have proven to be accurate through 2017. Yet the Delaware Court of Chancery has been busier than ever — so much that Chief... Continue Reading

Benefits of Independent and Delaware Perspectives on Board Self-Evaluations

Board self-evaluations are conducted by companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange and with increasing frequency by boards of other public and private companies. Feedback from director surveys and commentators suggests that, although directors are generally satisfied with the performance of their boards, a lack of independence has proved to be a meaningful hindrance to effective board... Continue Reading

Significant Changes To Delaware Unclaimed Property Laws With Important Dates Approaching

Delaware enacted a major overhaul of its unclaimed property statute on February 2, 2017 as Senate Bill 13, which was later amended by Senate Substitute No. 1 for Senate Bill 79 on June 29, 2017 (the “New Act”). The New Act affects companies currently under audit, companies in the Delaware voluntary disclosure program (a “VDA”) and any other companies that have unclaimed property reporting... Continue Reading

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