On Demand

Updates and Developments in Delaware Law

1h 1m

Created on June 28, 2021





Delaware remains at the forefront of the nation's corporate law, and developments and updates in Delaware law are particularly relevant and important for transactional planners and corporate governance advisors to be aware of in order to structure deals and advise their clients in the boardroom to their best advantage.

This program, presented by Bonnie David and Sarah Runnells Martin of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, will discuss recent trends in and developments in Delaware corporate law, including the applicability of MFW to conflicted transactions and the cleansing effect of Corwin, as well as recent developments in Section 220 litigation, and practical implications for corporate governance, transaction planning, and litigation strategy. This program will benefit corporate practitioners, litigators, and in-house counsel who provide governance, transactional, and litigation advice.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Review recent case law developments in important areas of Delaware corporate law

  2. Discuss the practical implications of recent cases for transactional planning and corporate advice

  3. Avoid mistakes when structuring deals

  4. Identify litigation risks and strategies as a result of recent developments

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