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CA v. AFSCME: The Delaware Supreme Court Giveth and the Supreme Court Taketh Away Some pretty fine analysis - and quick - from Travis Laster: Yesterday, the Delaware Supreme Court issued its much anticipated decision in CA, Inc. v. AFSCME...CA v. AFSCME: The Delaware Supreme Court Giveth and the...
DOJ's Antitrust Division Issues New Guidelines for Criminal Leniency Program From Womble Carlyle: The Antitrust Division (?AD?) of the Department of Justice recently issued revised model conditional leniency letters for companies seeking to avoid criminal prosecution for antitrust violations...
New DOJ Antitrust Chief Announces Aggressive Enforcement Philosophy In her first major public speech, new Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust Christine Varney announced last week that difficult economic times call for more aggressive - not less - antitrust enforcement and...New DOJ Antitrust...
May-June Issue: Deal Lawyers Print Newsletter This May-June issue of the Deal Lawyers print newsletter was just sent to the printer and includes articles on: - Reversing Course: Delaware?s Supreme Court Provides Comfort to Directors Regarding Revlon Process and Bad...May-June Issue: Deal Lawyers...
A Little ?Deal Tact? Goes a Long Way - by John Jenkins, Calfee Halter & Griswold In my last blog, I talked about some advice given to our firm?s associates during a training session on becoming a seasoned business lawyer...A Little ?Deal Tact? Goes a Long Way - by John Jenkins, Calfee Halter &...
Deal Protection: The Latest Developments in an Economic Tsunami Tune into our webcast tomorrow - "Deal Protection: The Latest Developments in an Economic Tsunami" - to hear these experts analyze the latest Delaware law developments in deal protection: - Clifford...Deal Protection: The Latest...
First Drafts: On the Two Yard Line or Closer to Midfield? - by John Jenkins, Calfee Halter & Griswold A few months ago, our law firm had one of its periodic training sessions for our associate attorneys. The topic for...First Drafts: On the Two Yard Line or Closer to Midfield? - by John Jenkins,...
The "Deal Cube" Chronicles: Part 3 Following up on Part 2, Charles Vaughn of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough provides us some fodder for the latest installment of the "Deal Cube Chronicles": "In my office at home is a beautiful...The "Deal Cube" Chronicles: Part 3 Following up on Part 2,...
HLSP Holdings v. Fortune Management: ConEd Issues Are Alive and Well in Delaware Here is analysis of a recent decision from Kevin Miller of Alston & Bird: In HLSP Holdings v. Fortune Management, the Delaware Superior Court recently granted a...HLSP Holdings v. Fortune Management: ConEd Issues Are...
Standing Mergers & Acquisitons Board Committees: Few and Far Between Recently, a member asked if we had any board committee charters for M&A Committees. We conducted some search and we were able to find a few - that we have...Standing Mergers & Acquisitons Board Committees: Few and Far...