On February 20th, a panel of Delaware lawyers from some of the state’s most significant firms will provide a webinar discussing updates to Delaware mergers & acquisitions law. Focusing on how recent decisions will impact the drafting and negotiation of deal documents, the webinar will discuss appraisal action, fiduciary duty actions and other

Delaware’s Governor has made a double nomination to fill departing Chief Justice Leo Strine Jr.’s seat on the Delaware Supreme Court.  Current Delaware Supreme Court Justice Collins J. Seitz Jr. has been nominated to take the role of Chief, and Vice Chancellor Tamika Montgomery-Reeves has been nominated to fill Justice Seitz’s seat.

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Legal news site Law360 is covering the Panera appraisal case – including a recent article discussing expert testimony in the matter. See Law360 coverage here [$$].

** Lowenstein Sandler is counsel to petitioners in Panera.

While some of the largest businesses in the United States are corporations (i.e., incorporated entities under a state’s corporations law), many businesses today are also formed as Limited Liability Companies, LLCs for short. An LLC is a creature of state statute; Delaware, California, Florida (among many other states) have LLC statutes allowing for the creation