Directors and officers of corporations owe a duty of care and a duty of loyalty to both the corporation and its shareholders, although the duty of care for directors can be exculpated. A breach of these fiduciary duties can expose such directors and officers to liability. In Morrison v. Berry, No. 12808-VCG, 2019 Del. Ch. LEXIS 1412 (Ch. Dec. 31, 2019), a recent decision published by the Delaware Chancery Court, Vice Chancellor Glasscock granted motions to dismiss against the majority...
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Jon is an experienced, business-focused M&A lawyer. He provides practical, actionable strategic advice to boards of directors and executives involved in M&A transactions. As a partner in Dorsey’s Mergers and Acquisitions practice group, Jon regularly represents purchasers and sellers in mergers and acquisition transactions, including negotiated business combinations and contested acquisition transactions.
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