When a Minority Stockholder Has Truly “Outsized Influence,” Its Self-Interested Transaction May Be Subject to Entire Fairness Notwithstanding a Special Committee Process

When a Minority Stockholder Has Truly “Outsized Influence,” Its Self-Interested Transaction May Be Subject to Entire Fairness Notwithstanding a Special Committee Process


The M&A Lawyer
By: Gail Weinstein, Robert C. Schwenkel, Steven J. Steinman, Christopher Ewan, Matthew V. Soran, Brian T. Mangino

The M&A Lawyer republished a Fried Frank M&A/Private Equity Briefing, titled “When a Minority Stockholder Has Truly 'Outsized Influence,' Its Self-Interested Transaction May Be Subject to Entire Fairness Notwithstanding a Special Committee Process-- And Other Points from Controller Decisions Issued in 1Q 2018--Rouse, Tesla, Oracle, NEA.”

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