On May 5th, Widener University School of Law in collaboration with Corporation Service Company (CSC) will be hosting a one day, interactive symposium which looks at The Delaware General Corporation Law (DGCL) in the 21st Century. The symposium aims to provide a forum to generate the best current thinking on how the DGCL needs to be modified to respond to or anticipate changes in markets and technology as the century unfolds. This event will take place on the Wilmington, Delaware campus of Widener Law and will be broadcast live via video webcast.
The symposium will include four panel discussions (The DGCL and Takeovers; Stockholder Litigation Under the DGCL; Stockholders in Corporate Governance; and What We Can Learn from Other Statutory Schemes) and a keynote address by Vice Chancellor Leo E. Strine, Jr.
(Note: keynote address will occur at lunch, which will not be video webcast) Each panel discussion will be followed by an open Q&A session where both in-person attendees and webcast participants will be able to share comments and pose questions.
For those interested in more details, here is a link to registration and related information.