This issue focuses on important, developing areas of Delaware corporation law and deal litigation, including recent trends involving the Corwin doctrine, the Delaware Supreme Court's decision reaffirming its view that deal price is a strong indicator of fair value and a court ruling that forum-selection provisions requiring that Securities Act claims be brought in federal courts are invalid under state law.
Examining Corwin: Latest Trends and Results
Supreme Court Reinforces Deal Price Minus Synergies as ‘Strong Indicator’ of Fair Value
Supreme Court Provides Further Guidance on Demands to Inspect Electronic Communications
Charter-Based Forum-Selection Provisions Designed to Govern Claims Under the Securities Act Found Invalid
Court of Chancery Rules That ‘Commercially Reasonable Efforts’ Obligation Does Not Imply a ‘Duty to Warn