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Dodd-Frank M&A

Nasdaq Considering Changes to Its Shareholder Approval Rules

M&A, Public Companies and Securities Broc Romanek of noted in this blog that “Recently, Nasdaq solicited comment on its shareholder approval rules. It’s a broad – and general – request since the rules haven’t changed much in the 25 years since they were adopted. Nothing specific is proposed – so this is sort of like a concept release.” Some […] Read more →

by   |   December 1, 2015

Delaware Addresses Exclusive Representations, Integration and Exclusive Remedies Provisions

Litigation, M&A, Private Equity In Prairie Capital III, L.P. v. Double E Holding Corp. the Delaware Court of Chancery examined exclusive representations and integration clauses, omissions and exclusive remedies... Read more →

by   |   November 28, 2015

How Many Regulation A+ Offerings Has the SEC Qualified?

Crowdfunding, M&A, Public Companies and Securities Registered statements are “declared effective” by the SEC; Regulation A+ offering documents are “qualified” by the SEC, and when it happens an EDGAR... Read more →

by   |   November 18, 2015

Court Examines Disclosure Duties in Consent Solicitaion Removing Directors

M&A In Kerbawy v. McDonnell, the Delaware Court of Chancery affirmed the validity of a solicitation of written consents that removed certain directors and appointed new directors. A... Read more →

by   |   August 26, 2015