Change of Ownership

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Del. Justices Reverse Injunction Halting Sale of Control Transaction

When a Delaware corporation engages in a sale of control transaction, its board's obligation is to obtain the highest value reasonably attainable. This obligation, often referred to as Revlon duties, may be fulfilled as long...more

Monster Bites Back, Accuses Beats of Monstrous Scam

It’s a monster movie cliché – near the end, when the monster is “dead,” the dust is settling and the heroes are patting each other on the back, the monster rises from the dead and goes on one more rampage before it expires....more

Delaware Supreme Court Holds That Revlon Does Not Require An Active Market Check, Reverses Lower Court Order Preliminarily...

On December 19, 2014, the Supreme Court of Delaware reversed the Delaware Court of Chancery's November decision to preliminarily enjoin for 30 days a vote by C&J Energy Services stockholders on a merger with Nabors Red Lion...more

Delaware Supreme Court Reverses Injunction Requiring Thirty Day Go-Shop

In a recent decision, the Delaware Supreme Court reversed the Court of Chancery's entry of a preliminary injunction that enjoined C&J Energy Services, Inc. ("C&J") from holding a stockholder vote on its proposed merger with...more

Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority adopts new rules for the acquisition of significant ownership positions in QFC...

Key highlights: - QFCRA must approve a change of control, whether in direct shareholding or at a parent level, with key thresholds set at 10%, 24%, 49% and 74% of voting rights or shares. - When exceeding the...more

Delaware Court Clarifies Director and Officer Liability in M&A Transactions

In Chen v. Howard-Anderson, 87 A.3d 648 (Del. Ch. 2014), the Delaware Court of Chancery (Laster, V.C.) held that directors and officers can be held liable for their participation in a change-of-control transaction if their...more

Leading Cases in Pennsylvania Takeover Case Law: You’re Not in Delaware Anymore

Presented below is a brief survey of leading cases interpreting Pennsylvania corporate law in situations involving takeovers, proxy fights or other matters affecting corporate changes of control. This summary is by no means...more

CMS Policy Memorandum Clarifies Disincentives to Buyer’s Rejection of Seller’s Medicare Agreement

In a September 6, 2013, policy memorandum, effective immediately, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) detailed its policy ensuring that providers that choose to reject assignment of the seller’s Medicare...more

2013 Nevada Business Entities Law Update

The 77th Nevada Legislature has adopted several amendments to Nevada’s business statutes affecting Nevada corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs). The amendments to Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) Chapter 78...more

Does A Board Need To Put A “For Sale” Sign On The Company When Considering A Change-Of-Control Transaction?

When a board of directors decides to enter the company into a change-of-control transaction, the board is charged with the duty to act reasonably to secure the best value reasonably attainable for its shareholders....more

CON Law Amendments Ease Change of Ownership Transactions

This month, Alabama Governor Robert Bentley signed into law key revisions to the state’s Certificate of Need (CON) Laws that clarify and, we believe, will facilitate change of ownership transactions among health care...more

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