Dudderar and Renaud Examine Two Recent Delaware Corporate Law Decisions
Partner Tim Dudderar and associate Chris Renaud authored two month-in-brief articles for the latest edition of Business Law Today. They discussed the recent decision in Coster v. UIP Companies, Inc. in “Delaware Supreme Court Holds Entire Fairness Not Enough to Save Dilutive Stock Sale.” In “With Mixed Results, Court of Chancery Applies Cornerstone in Latest Chapter of Oracle Litigation,” the authors examined the application of the two-part test set forth in In re Cornerstone Therapeutics Inc., Stockholder Litigation. Both articles are available online here.
Dudderar is the vice practice group leader of Potter Anderson’s Corporate Litigation Group. His experience includes representing corporations and boards of directors in stockholder class and derivative litigation, internal corporate investigations, representing limited partnerships and other alternative entities in actions alleging breaches of operating agreements as well as litigating various proceedings under the Delaware General Corporation Law, such as stock appraisal, indemnification and advancement, contested director elections and demands for corporate books and records.
Renaud is an associate in the firm’s Corporate Litigation Group. He focuses his practice on corporate and commercial litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery.
Business Law Today is a publication of the ABA’s Business Law Section.
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