Ronan Weighs in on Transactional Lessons From Recent Delaware Law Developments

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At Practising Law Institute’s “Delaware Law Developments 2022: What All Business Lawyers Need to Know” program, partner Alyssa Ronan will discuss recent litigation and resulting transactional lessons relating to SPACs (particularly relating to conflicts of interest and the enforceability of lockups).

Ronan’s practice focuses on corporate advisory, corporate governance, and transactional matters relating to Delaware corporations and alternative entities. She regularly counsels boards of directors, board committees (including special, transaction and conflicts committees), and investors on M&A matters, governance matters, and situations involving conflicts of interests and fiduciary duty issues. She also renders opinions and written advice on a variety of matters arising under the Delaware General Corporation Law, as well as the governance documents of Delaware corporations and alternative entities. Ronan routinely advises public companies, private companies, and special purpose acquisition companies in high-profile strategic transactions.

For more information, visit PLI’s website.

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