Sidley is pleased to share the December 2020 issue of Sidley Perspectives on M&A and Corporate Governance, a quarterly newsletter designed to keep you current on what we consider to be the most important legal developments involving M&A and corporate governance matters.
- Sharing Board Meeting Minutes With Independent Auditors: A Litigator’s Perspective
- Steps for Corporate Boards Serious About Improving Diversity in the Boardroom
- Finally, Some COVID-19-Related M&A Guidance: Delaware Court of Chancery Issues Decision Analyzing MAE and Ordinary Course Provisions During COVID-19
- Delaware Court of Chancery Invokes Rarely Successful “Fraud-on-the-Board” Theory, Permitting Duty of Loyalty Claims to Proceed
- Delaware Supreme Court Reaffirms Import of Deal Value In Resolving Appraisal Petitions
- Under Delaware Law, Appraisal Actions Do Not Constitute “Securities Claims” Covered by D&O Policy
- House Passes Bill to Delist Foreign Companies From U.S. Stock Exchanges
- SEC Charges Company for Internal Controls Violations When It Implemented a Stock Buyback Plan Just Before Resuming Merger Discussions
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DEVELOPMENTS
- Nasdaq Aims to Increase Board Diversity Through New Proposed Listing Requirements
- BlackRock Announces Plans to Vote Against Directors and Support Shareholder Proposals More Frequently in 2021 to Spur Action on ESG Matters
- Coalition Led by State Treasurers Urges Russell 3000 Companies to Disclose Board Diversity Data in 2021 Proxy Statements
- Influential Working Group Releases Practical Guidance for Hosting Virtual Shareholder Meetings
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