Davey and Davis Present on Delaware Developments at BYU Winter Deals Conference
At BYU Law School’s Winter Deals Conference, partners Brad Davey and Matthew Davis participated in a panel about developments in Delaware law.
Davey 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.
Davis focuses his practice on business and corporate litigation in the Court of Chancery, where he litigates complex and often expedited matters. His experience includes litigation of breach of fiduciary duty actions, contests for corporate control, breach of contract claims, and statutory proceedings brought pursuant to Delaware’s General Corporation Law. Prior to practicing law, he was a tax consultant with Ernst & Young.
The Winter Deals Conference brings together leading scholars and practitioners to present state-of-the-art research on the legal institutions supporting contemporary markets. Potter Anderson is a sponsor of the 2020 event. For more information, visit the conference website.