Welcome to the updated edition of DLA Piper’s Guide to Going Global – Global Equity, Restricted Stock and RSUs.
GUIDE TO GOING GLOBAL SERIES -
Many companies today aim to scale their businesses globally and into...more
Great news! You have been granted stock in a company. Bad news: that means you are going to owe taxes. If you were granted restricted stock in a company you will want to (quickly) think about filing a Section 83(b) election....more
Recently, an early-stage, high-growth client (a Delaware S corp.) called to ask whether, and when, to begin awarding stock options, in this case the non-qualified variety (NSOs), instead of using restricted stock grants to...more
When a company is acquired in a stock sale, its shareholders are routinely required to sign what is known as a Letter of Transmittal (“LOT”). Standard LOTs include a release of all claims. But, due to a quirk of California...more
On August 29, 2014, the Texas Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in Exxon Mobil Corporation v. Drennen. The court ruled that Drennen, a former ExxonMobil executive, could be stripped of approximately $5 million in...more
In this memorandum opinion, the Court of Chancery granted the defendants’ motion to dismiss a stockholder’s complaint, challenging the accelerated vesting of the CEO’s restricted stock units based on an alleged violation of...more
When you pop the question, “Will you co-found with me?”, you are probably not already thinking about separation.
However, not all partnerships will go the distance. Personalities will clash. Creative visions will...more
In This Issue:
- Private Equity Firms Face Potential Liability Under Plant Closing Laws
- Incentivising Management Across the Pond
- Excerpt from Private Equity Firms Face Potential Liability Under Plant...more
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