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Chancery Discusses Revlon in Context of Granting Option to Sell Company

The Delaware Court of Chancery addressed a bevy of basic corporate litigation principles in the context of claims challenging the actions of directors, and determining which standards of review apply, and which procedural prerequisites need to be satisfied. In Carr v. New Enterprise Associates, Inc., C.A. No. 2017-0381-AGB (Del. Ch. Mar. 26, 2018), claims for … Continue Reading

Delaware Court of Chancery Dismisses Dow Shareholders’ Derivative Claims Regarding Rohm and Haas Acquisition for Failure to Plead Demand Futility

In Re The Dow Chemical Company Derivative Litigation, Cons. No. 4339, (Del. Ch., Jan. 11, 2010), read opinion here. Kevin Brady and Ryan Newell of the Connolly Bove firm prepared this synopsis. On January 11, 2010, a year after a major corporate battle between the Dow Chemical Company (“Dow”) and Rohm & Haas Company (“ROH”) … Continue Reading
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