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Fried Frank M&A/PE Quarterly Summer 2021

Alerts and newsletters | July 26, 2021

Fried Frank's M&A/PE Quarterly, a roundup of key market developments.

Articles in this issue:
  • SPAC Volume Decreases as Scrutiny Increases
  • Court of Chancery Holds Non-Shareholder May Have Formed a “Control Group” With Company Officers and DirectorsPattern Energy
  • Delaware Supreme Court Clarifies that Directors May Have Breached Their Fiduciary Duties Even If the Challenged Transaction SatisfiesEntire Fainess”—Coster v. UIP
  • Court of Chancery Holds a 35% Shareholder Was Not a Controller—GGP
  • Court of Chancery Applies Reformulated Test for Demand Futility—Berteau v. Glazek
  • Biden Administration Signals IncreasedScrutiny of M&A Transactions
  • Court of Chancery PermitsReverse Veil-Piercing” (Under Limited Circumstances)
  • Court of Chancery Decision Provides Guidance for Drafting MAE Clauses—Bardy v. Hill-Rom
  • Court of Chancery Dismisses Caremark Claims Against the FedEx Board—Pettry v. Smith
  • Appraisal Notes
  • M&A/PE Round-Up

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