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Delaware Supreme Court Finds Failure to Disclose Director Dissent in M&A Transaction Material

M&A The Delaware Supreme Court found the failure to disclose the Chairman of the Board’s dissent to a tender offer in a Schedule 14D-9 to be material in Appel v. Berkman.  The case arose from Diamond Resorts International’s board of directors recommendation to its stockholders that they sell their shares to a private equity buyer for […] Read more →

by   |   February 20, 2018

Nasdaq Proposes Changes to Shareholder Approval Rule for 20% Issuances

Public Companies and Securities Nasdaq has proposed to amend its rule regarding shareholder approval for certain securities issuances. Currently the rule requires shareholder approval for security issuances for... Read more →

by   |   February 14, 2018

ISS Proxy Research Reports to Include Environmental, Social, and Governance QualityScores

Public Companies and Securities Institutional Shareholder Services Inc., or ISS, announced the launch of Environmental & Social QualityScore, a new component of ISS’ corporate profiling and scoring... Read more →

by   |   February 5, 2018

SEC Approves NYSE Rule Change to Facilitate Listing Without an IPO

Public Companies and Securities The SEC has approved a rule change to the NYSE listing standards to facilitate the listing of an issuer without conduction an IPO. According to the NYSE, the rule change is... Read more →

by   |   February 3, 2018