Fried Frank's M&A/PE Quarterly, a round-up of key market developments.
- Court of Chancery Rules that a Merger Termination, After the Other Party “Simply Forgot” to Provide an Extension Notice, Is Valid — Vintage Rodeo v. Rent-A-Center
- Delaware Forum Selection Clauses, Control Groups and Dilution of Early-Stage Investors — Reminders and Practice Points Arising from Sheldon v. Pinto and Plaze v. Callas
- Another Reminder that Buyers Generally Do Not Have An Obligation to Seek to Maximize Earnout Payments — Glidepath v. Beumer
- In Its Most Recent Appraisal Decision (Involving an Unusual Factual Context), the Court of Chancery Relies on DCF and the Result is Close to the Valuation Suggested by Market-Based Data — Trussway
- M&A/PE and Governance Updates
- Fried Frank M&A/PE Briefings Issued 1Q 2019