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Monthly Archives: May 2015

Table Is Set in Dell Case for Another Look at Arbitrage

Posted in Appraisal Arbitrage, Merger Vote, Waiver of Appraisal Rights

On Monday the Delaware Chancery Court heard challenges by Dell to the entitlement of various dissenting shareholders to pursue their appraisal claims.  Dell’s challenges included failures by shareholders to timely and accurately assert their appraisal rights, and a lack of continuous ownership of Dell stock based on purported changes in the nominal ownership of such… Continue Reading

A Painful Lesson in Failing to Perfect Appraisal Rights

Posted in Merger Vote, Notice of Demand for Appraisal, Record Date, Waiver of Appraisal Rights

As reported in USAToday, T. Rowe Price, the third largest shareholder in Dell, Inc., has been pursuing an appraisal case to recover more than the $13.75 per share merger price. However, it has now come to light that T. Rowe actually voted “for” the 2013 take-private deal by the company’s founder, thus threatening its ability to… Continue Reading