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US Supreme Court To Consider Registrants Liability For Non-Disclosure Under Item 303 Of Regulation S-K
The United States Supreme Court granted a petition for a writ of certiorari to resolve a circuit split on whether corporate issuers' disclosure obligation under Item 303 of SEC Regulation S-K can be an independent source of liability under Section 10(b)...
United States
12 Apr 2017
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Supreme Court Affirms That Pecuniary Benefit Not Required For Family Member Tips, But Declines To Address What Constitutes A Benefit In Other Contexts
Yesterday, the United States Supreme Court issued a unanimous, but narrow, ruling in Salman v. United States...
United States
14 Dec 2016
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Second Circuit Accepts Controversial "Inflation-Maintenance" Theory Of Securities Fraud Liability
In so-called "price maintenance" securities fraud cases, plaintiffs argue that a misrepresentation that does not cause a stock's price to rise can nevertheless be actionable under Section 10(b) of the Exchange Act.
United States
11 Oct 2016
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Delaware Chancery Court Grants Appraisal Petition After Finding Dell MBO Transaction Provided Stockholders Less Than Fair Value
The opinion is notable for several reasons, including because the Court declined to accept that the negotiated market price for the deal was the best available indication of the fair value of the company.
United States
14 Jun 2016
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Eighth Circuit Holds Presumption Of Reliance Rebutted Under Halliburton II And Reverses Class Certification In Securities Action
The Best Buy action involves three alleged misrepresentations—all of which related to one another and occurred within a few hours
United States
19 Apr 2016
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Delaware Federal Court Issues Significant Ruling Concerning Impact Of Executive Compensation Provisions Of The Internal Revenue Code On Delaware Corporate Law Governing Shareholder Voting
In a case of apparent first impression regarding the impact of the shareholder voting provisions of Internal Revenue Code § 162(m) on state corporate law, Judge Sue L. Robinson of the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware recently held that the federal statute did not preempt Delaware law. Freedman v. Redstone, et al., Civ. No. 12-1052-SLR, 2013 WL 3753426.
United States
31 Jul 2013
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