This is a guest post by Bernard S. Sharfman, who is the Chairman of the Main Street Investors Coalition Advisory Council and a member of the Journal of Corporation Law’s editorial advisory board

The Main Street Investors Coalition is the first organization trying to deal with a relatively new phenomenon that Professors Gilson and Gordon

A recent law review article provides excellent scholarly insights regarding the interface among the equitable powers of the Court of Chancery and the provisions of the Delaware LLC Act and LLC operating agreements. The article by Professor Mohsen Manesh entitled: “Creature of Contract: a Half-Truth About LLCs,” appears in Volume 42 of the

The Delaware General Corporation Law was amended last summer to allow companies to maintain their corporate records using blockchain technology. The purpose of this short post is to provide a high-level overview of this evolving intersection of technology and corporate law that will have an increasingly profound impact on corporate governance and related areas of

A recent law review article by a former Delaware corporate litigator, turned law professor, provides timely insights about recent developments in Delaware corporate law regarding the private enforcement of directors’ fiduciary duties. The article is based on a lecture that Professor Randall Thomas delivered a few months ago in Delaware (that is part of a

A recent article on The Harvard Law School Corporate Governance Blog collected decisions, mostly based on Delaware law, that address Earn Out disputes, which generally involve agreements for the sale of a company that allow for post-closing payments subject to various milestones or revenue targets being satisfied. Commonly, the buyer of the company is required

My latest latest article for the national publication of the National Association of Corporate Directors, called Directorship, features highlights of a recent Delaware Court of Chancery decision that addresses claims that directors breached their fiduciary duty of loyalty by approving side deals that unduly benefitted them personally in connection with a merger. That opinion