Sidley is pleased to share the December 2023 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.
- Action Items for U.S. Public Companies to Consider for 2024
- How M&A Lawyers Can Help Clients Bridge the Valuation Gap
- Three Key Roles of the Board of Directors
- Con Ed Uncertainty: Delaware Chancery Court Questions Enforceability of Merger Agreement Provisions Allowing Target to Seek Lost Merger Premium
- Two Cautionary Tales: Fee Shifting Imposed for Litigating Books-and-Records Inspection Demands
- Delaware Chancery Court Awards Only Nominal Damages When an Unfair Process Resulted in a Fair Price
- U.S. Supreme Court to Decide Whether a Private Right of Action Exists for Deficient MD&A
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DEVELOPMENTS
- New Guidance on Requesting Delayed Reporting of Cybersecurity Incident Disclosures for National Security or Public Safety Reasons
- SEC Adopts Amendments to Rules Governing Beneficial Ownership Reporting, Accelerating the Deadlines for Schedule 13D and 13G Filings
- SEC Settles Charges for Alleged Internal Accounting Controls Violations Related to Stock Buybacks
- SEC Releases Fall 2023 Rulemaking Agenda with Plans to Finalize Climate Change Disclosure Rules by April 2024
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