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Delaware Chancery Court Rejects Merger Price as Measure of Fair Value in Appraisal Rights Cases

Posted in 60-Day Look-Back, Fair Value, Merger Price, Valuation Expert

As more fully explained in a Law360 article by the same authors of this Blog, just last month the Delaware Chancery Court squarely rejected any suggestion that the merger price paid for a company is a proxy for the fair value of its stockholders’ shares. Consistent with two landmark Delaware rulings of the past few… Continue Reading

Increasing Returns to Professional Investors in M&A Deals

Posted in 60-Day Look-Back, Fair Value, Interest on Appraised Value, Merger Price, Valuation Expert

Dell’s Proposed Take-Private Transaction Brings Appraisal Rights Into Focus In response to Michael Dell’s recent offer of $13.65 per share to take Dell Inc. private, Carl C. Icahn reminded his fellow shareholders of a powerful but underutilized tool under Delaware law to maximize their investment returns in the proposed transaction.  His message:  exercise your appraisal… Continue Reading