The Merger Price
Fried Frank experts examine the Delaware Court of Chancery’s slow but inexorable move toward increased reliance on the merger price in determining fair value in appraisal cases. But the court continues tostruggle with a fundamental conflict in its approach to determining fair value.
Glimpses of Gloom
After a record year when 2015 exceeded the glories of 2007, it is tempting to hope that what follows such a feast will be just as delectable and plentiful, if not more so. Senior dealmakers, however, warn of potential disappointments ahead.
Ed Hammond, Bloomberg’s U.S. deals reporter, and John Close, editor of The M&A Journal talk with Carol Massar on Bloomberg Advantage.
From the lawyers at Wachtell, we get a view of what happened in 2015 and what may lie ahead for 2016.
M&A Sans Frontiéres
Mayer Brown lawyers look at how deals are done in France, Hong Kong, Germany, the United States, and the United Kingdom. They point out what is done and what is not done in these crucial jurisdictions, including both changes and traditions that dealmakers need to recognize.
Dead Hand Puts
The complicated world of this quirky change-of-control provision that has caught the attention of the courts and practitioners.