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Global Private Equity Newsletter - Spring 2017 Edition: Purchase Price Adjustment Disputes: Drafters Beware

It is common practice for purchase agreements in private company M&A transactions to contain one set of rules to determine and resolve disputes regarding a post-closing purchase price adjustment and a separate, often vastly...more

Global Private Equity Newsletter - Spring 2017 Edition: Like Bigfoot, a Clear and Settled Definition of “Consequential Damages”...

A recent decision from the Delaware Chancery Court adds a twenty-first century interpretation to the common law doctrine of consequential damages which has roots reaching back to English contract law. This decision highlights...more

Drafting Matters: Non-Reliance Provisions Barring Extra-Contractual Fraud Claims Effective in Delaware Only if Drafted as a Clear...

It is not unexpected for there to be requirements in consumer contracts that clear formulations of waivers are necessary before a consumer can be deprived of rights. However, under Delaware law similar formality and clarity...more

Representation and Warranty Insurance: No Longer Optional - Deal Terms and Trends - Summer 2015

Representation and warranty insurance (R&WI) has become an integral component of the M&A landscape and is here to stay. The data speaks for itself: in 2014, more than 700 U.S. R&WI policies were issued, which was double the...more

New Reporting Requirements Regarding Foreign Investment and Ownership

This article originally was published in the Winter 2015 Edition of the Dechert Private Equity Newsletter but has been updated to reflect recent guidance from the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Economic Affairs (BEA) on...more

New Reporting Requirements Regarding Foreign Investment and Ownership

With the globalization of the economy, most private equity funds are likely to own companies based in the United States that have operations or subsidiaries outside the United States, and/or have interests in non-U.S....more

In RE MFW Shareholders Litigation: Delaware Chancery Court Answers Novel Question of Law and Applies Business Judgment Rule to a...

Addressing an unsettled area of Delaware law, the Delaware Court of Chancery (the “Chancery Court”) revisited the appropriate standard of review for a going-private merger with a controlling stockholder....more

FINRA Releases Public Offering FAQs

FINRA, the largest independent regulator for all securities firms doing business in the United States, has released a set of FAQs relating to its review of public securities offerings filed on its Public Offering Filing...more

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