Cayman Appraisal Rights

We’ve posted before about Cayman Appraisal actions. The Cayman Islands remain an active jurisdiction for appraisal actions; and with appraisal actions comes valuation questions. Cayman firm Collas Crill has issued an explanatory note on valuation methods in the Cayman Islands, discussing the discounted cash flow (DCF) and market-based approaches taken by Cayman courts. As others

Appraisal is a creature of statute, including in the Cayman Islands. Cayman appraisal has become a notable topic recently, with major decisions coming down from the Cayman courts and an uptick in investors using the appraisal remedy. Similarly, authors writing about Delaware have noted that quasi-appraisal is getting traction. Do the two have

Conyers Dill, a Cayman firm, has this new article out about Cayman appraisal, including the recent Trina Solar case.  This article discusses appraisal appeals, payments to dissenting shareholders, and discovery of dissenters.  Notable to US practitioners is that the scope of the discovery of dissenters/petitioners and even whether dissenters/petitioners should be required to