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February, 2021

Chancery Court Again Rejects Motion by Large Minority Blockholder to Dismiss Fiduciary Breach Claims Under Corwin

Feb. 5, 2021—Robert S. Reder & G. Parker Kolodka | 74 Vand. L. Rev. En Banc 25 (2021) | Vice Chancellor Slights’s extension of the inherent coercion doctrine to the summary judgment phase in Tesla II demonstrates the risks faced by dealmakers who hope to rely on a Corwin defense when a potential controlling stockholder is in...

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Chancery Court—Reiterating High Bar for Proving “MAE”—Requires Buyer to Honor Its Obligations Under Acquisition Agreement

Feb. 5, 2021—Robert S. Reder & Bailey R. Vincent | 74 Vand. L. Rev. En Banc 13 (2021) | Akorn, rather than straying from Chancery Court precedent, reiterated that the occurrence of a circumstance worthy of an MAE is rare. In Channel Medsystems, Channel’s ability ultimately to win FDA approval of the Product, coupled with BSC’s suspect...

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