Court of Chancery Rules that a Merger Termination, After the Other Party ‘Simply Forgot’ to Provide an Extension Notice, Is Valid—<em>Vintage Rodeo</em> v. <em>Rent-A-Center</em>

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


Thomson Reuters Westlaw
By:  Gail Weinstein, Brian T. Mangino, David L. Shaw and Maxwell Yim

Thomson Reuters Westlaw republished an article from Fried Frank's M&A/PE Quarterly, titled “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.”

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