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It Depends Upon What the Meaning of the Word “Is” is: Court of Chancery Defines the Meaning of “Is” in 8 Del. C. § 220(c), an Issue of First Impression

Tell me if you have heard this one:  a stockholder walks into the Court of Chancery and files a complaint seeking inspection of Company A’s books and records pursuant to 8 Del. C. § 220.  While the § 220 action was pending, Company A merges with Company B, thereby terminating the stockholder’s ownership interest in […]

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It Depends Upon What the Meaning of the Word “Is” is: Court of Chancery Defines the Meaning of “Is” in 8 Del. C. § 220(c), an Issue of First Impression

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Much Ado about Nothing: Delaware Supreme Court Affirms Court of Chancery’s Unremarkable Appointment of Custodian to Sell a Company

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Illinois Appellate Court Hands Down Cautionary Tale To Employers In Drafting Their Non-Compete Agreements

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You Can’t Sue a Rubric, or a River for That Matter

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