YCS&T Delaware Transactional & Corporate Law Update - Spring 2008



Asset Purchase Agreements and the Attorney Client Privilege.............................1

Actions Taken at a Board Meeting without Proper Notice Are Void and Cannot Later Be Ratified ..............................3


The Delaware Transactional & Corporate Law Update is published semi-annually by the Business Planning and Transactions section of Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP.

Young Conaway, based in Wilmington, Delaware, is among the state’s largest law firms, with over 100 attorneys in 10 practice sections that include bankruptcy, corporate, intellectual property, employment law, tax, banking and real estate practices.

The Business Planning and Transactions section handles matters arising at every stage in the formation, growth and development of corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, statutory trusts and other types of entities, including those formed as special purpose entities in securitization and other structured transactions. The section’s attorneys combine experience in Delaware corporate law, alternative-entity law, tax, commercial transactions and bankruptcy reorganizations.

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