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    1. Litigation Trends in Delaware and How Businesses and Boards Can Mitigate Risk

      Litigation Trends in Delaware and How Businesses and Boards Can Mitigate Risk

      New structures, new rules? Delaware’s Chancery Court provides guidance on disclosure, conflicts, and risk allocation. We take a look at the latest Delaware rulings and what they say about SPAC directors’ fiduciary duty, as well as COVID’s effect on M&A deals, and how corporations and boards can mitigate their liability...

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    2. SEC Seeks Additional Feedback on Proposed Rules Requiring Pay-Versus-Performance Disclosure

      SEC Seeks Additional Feedback on Proposed Rules Requiring Pay-Versus-Performance Disclosure

      On January 27, 2022, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reopened the period to solicit input from the public on the rules it proposed in 2015 that would require a public company to disclose how the compensation it paid its executives related to its financial results...

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    3. Should Highly Regulated Public Companies Have Board-Level Compliance Committees?

      Should Highly Regulated Public Companies Have Board-Level Compliance Committees?

      Directors are responsible for oversight of corporate compliance with legal and regulatory rules. In a series of recent cases, Delaware courts have clarified the circumstances in which directors may face personal liability if they fail properly either to implement or monitor their company’s compliance...

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