1. Chancery Court Dismisses Complaint, Holding That Directors Were Not Conflicted in Approving a Merger Simply Due to the Threat of a Looming Proxy Contest

    Chancery Court Dismisses Complaint, Holding That Directors Were Not Conflicted in Approving a Merger Simply Due to the Threat of a Looming Proxy Contest

    In Rudd v. Brown, et al, C.A. No. 2019-0775 MTZ (Del. Ch. Sept. 11, 2020), the Delaware Court of Chancery (the “Court”) dismissed the plaintiff’s claim that the board members and the chief financial officer of Outerwall, Inc. (the “Company”) disloyally pursued and disclosed a two-step merger...

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