Davey Presents on Delaware Litigation Developments at 2020 PLI M&A Conference

January 10, 2020
Speaking Engagement

At Practising Law Institute’s Mergers & Acquisitions 2020: Advanced Trends and Developments conference in New York, partner Brad Davey participated in a panel on litigation developments in Delaware. The panelists discussed: 

  • Developments in appraisal jurisprudence
  • Termination fees as exclusive remedy
  • MFW’s ab initio requirement
  • Corwin’s fully informed requirement

Davey’s practice focuses primarily on business, corporate and alternative entities litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery. He frequently advises directors, acquirers and financial advisors in connection with mergers and acquisition litigation. In addition, he has substantial experience litigating and providing advice regarding various proceedings under the Delaware General Corporation Law, including appraisal, advancement and indemnification, books and records demands, and director election contests. He has also assisted companies from a wide range of industries with special investigations of alleged improper conduct.

For more information, visit the conference website.

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