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Oregon Court Calls Delaware By-Law Forum Selection Provisions Into Question

This past summer, an Oregon state court held that a Delaware “bylaw forum selection provision” was unenforceable. In its decision, Roberts v. TriQuint Semiconductor, Inc., the Court considered relevant that the provision was...more

City of Providence v. First Citizens BancShares, Inc., C.A. No. 9795-CB (Del. Ch. Sept. 4, 2014) (Bouchard, C.)

In this consolidated opinion concerning the validity of a forum selection bylaw, the Court of Chancery affirmatively answered, among other things, an issue of first impression: “whether the board of a Delaware corporation may...more

State Action Doctrine At The Supreme Court: Take Two

The Supreme Court has a renewed interest in the state action doctrine. After declining to clarify what types of state action are exempt from federal antitrust scrutiny for years, the Supreme Court agreed to hear its second...more

Buyer Beware: Seventh Circuit Upholds Application of the Federal Common Law Standard of Successor Liability in an Asset Sale

One of the benefits to structuring an acquisition as an asset deal is that the buyer has the ability to choose the liabilities that it will assume and the liabilities that will remain with the seller, including contingent...more

7th Circuit Holds Successor Liable for FLSA Claims, Despite Buyer’s Disclaimer

In Teed v. Thomas & Betts Power Solutions, LLC, the 7th Circuit in an opinion written by Judge Posner held that, absent a good reason to withhold liability, a purchaser of assets was subject to successor liability for Fair...more

Successor Liability Under The FLSA: Seventh Circuit Holds Purchaser Of Assets From Receiver Of Company Which Had Violated FLSA...

In a case which is sure to complicate the sale of companies (or discrete divisions thereof) and have widespread influence in other Circuits, the Seventh Circuit recently held that a company which acquired the assets (not...more

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Two Antitrust Cases Next Term

Today, although it did not issue its much-anticipated ruling on the Obama Administration’s health care plan, the Supreme Court did agree to hear two antitrust cases during its next term (which starts in October)....more

BLG Monthly Update, May 2012

Crucial commas, greasy chips and electronic contracts -- all this and more in the BLG Monthly Update for May 2012!...more

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