The State of Delaware is known worldwide for its advanced corporate law and court systems and thus many non-U.S. enterprises (including many based in Israel) choose Delaware to incorporate entitiesContinue Reading 2022 Delaware Corporate Law Year in Review
Nate Emeritz provides clients with Delaware corporate law advice relating to fiduciary duties and statutory requirements. He guides clients through each stage of a company's life cycle, including formation and conversion from other entity types, corporate governance and internal investigations, stock issuances and preferred stock investments, mergers, acquisitions, asset sales, dividends, stock repurchases, and tender offers, dissolution, liquidation, and winding up, and other statutory matters. Nate regularly represents private and public companies and their boards of directors, special committees, and investors. He also provides Delaware corporate advice in the context of litigation regarding such matters.
Considerations for Public Company Bylaw Amendments in View of the New SEC Universal Proxy Rules
This alert provides an overview of the new Universal Proxy Rules adopted by the SEC in August 2022 and some considerations for companies in view of its implantation. The Rule…Continue Reading Considerations for Public Company Bylaw Amendments in View of the New SEC Universal Proxy Rules
2021 Delaware Corporate Law Year in Review
The Delaware Supreme Court, Court of Chancery, and Complex Commercial Litigation Division of the Superior Court continued to serve as the preeminent courts for corporate and M&A litigation in 2021.
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