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Fried Frank discusses Proposed Appraisal Statute Amendments, Which Would Permit Companies to Reduce Their Interest Cost

Proposed amendments to the Delaware appraisal statute announced recently are expected to be adopted by the Delaware Legislature. The stated purpose of the amendments is to reduce the recent rise in the volume of appraisal petitions. 3,201 more words

Corporate Governance

The Spokesman Weekly Vol. 32 No. 39 May 30, 1983

The Vol. 32 No. 39 May 30, 1983, issue of The Spokesman Weekly contains:

Mystery Of “Formulas” About Punjab Tangle Deepens: Akali Morcha Has A Solid Mass Base… 240 more words

Milbank discusses What to Expect in Antitrust Enforcement

In an environment of escalating antitrust activity around the globe with ever increasing government sanctions and private litigation exposure, it pays to ensure that your antitrust compliance efforts evolve with changes in your business and the enforcement landscape and are road-tested through regular audits. 1,983 more words

M & A

Fried Frank discusses Annual Report from CFIUS to Congress – Data Highlight Extent of CFIUS’ Reach

The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (“CFIUS”), a multi-agency U.S. regulatory body empowered to review transactions involving a foreign person and a U.S. 1,570 more words

International Developments

Ritual of Exorcism....

By GIshbll, high priest of the earth, mayest thou be exorcised,

By Ningishzida, throne – bearer of the earth, mayest thou be exorcised,
By the Seven Gates of the Earth mayest thou be exorcised. 72 more words


Delaware Poised to Embrace Appraisal Arbitrage

Delaware corporations and their advisers have been eagerly awaiting the response of the Delaware legislature to the recent surge in appraisal arbitrage and judicial pronouncements allowing this activity and suggesting that lawmakers should step in if they perceive a problem. 1,585 more words

Securities Regulation