Remove the ‘Litigation Tax’ on Public M&A Transactions
The vast majority of mergers and acquisitions of public companies have been subjected to not just one, but multiple lawsuits claiming that the merger proxy sent to public stockholders omitted material information. What’s more, these lawsuits will continue to rise in the SPAC-era. Learn from Michael Holmes, vice chair-elect of Vinson & Elkins and co-head of its Complex Commercial Litigation practice, how courts may attempt to dam the flood of these suits.
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