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M&A Bankers Amp Up Disclosures Amid Chancery Crackdown


03 Jul 2017
Reprinted with permission.

Partner James J. Beha discussed the growing scrutiny financial advisers are facing in the Delaware Chancery Court in the Law360 article “M&A Bankers Amp Up Disclosures Amid Chancery Crackdown.”

“Delaware law requires scienter, actual knowledge you assisted a breach, and it’s a defendant-friendly standard,” he said. “The law is protective of financial advisers who are doing their jobs.”

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