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Controlling-Shareholder Related-Party Transactions Under Delaware Law – A Primer and Practical GuideAugust 23, 2017
O’Melveny partner Jonathan Rosenberg and former counsel Alexandra Lewis-Reisen, now a senior staff attorney at the New York Legal Assistance Group, co-authored the article, “Controlling-Shareholder Related-Party Transactions Under Delaware Law - A Primer and Practical Guide.”
“Delaware’s legal framework poses interesting challenges, unique complexities, and emerging strategic corporate-governance choices for companies addressing controlling-shareholder transactions,” the authors write.
The article describes five practical pointers that can be gleaned from Delaware case law and the key Delaware cases supporting these considerations.
New York-based Rosenberg, firmwide chair of O’Melveny’s Securities Litigation Practice, is a trial lawyer who focuses on securities, M&A, and other complex commercial litigation, as well as internal investigations and white collar criminal defense.
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