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Dewey & LeBoeuf’s inglorious galactic implosion changes all of the rules; it was not too big to fail, it was, however, far too big and corroded to fail in the relatively orderly way others before it failed.
Last Friday, I wrote in this post about a recent Nevada Supreme Court decision that provides a modicum of guidance on how “fair value” is to be determined for purposes of Nevada’s dissenters’ rights law.
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