Tag Archives: Merger

Takeover Litigation in 2013

One of the most distinctive corporate and securities litigation trend in recent years has been the surge in M&A-related litigation, with virtually every deal attracting at least one lawsuit. This trend continued again in 2013, according to a recently updated study from Notre Dame business professor Matthew Cain and Ohio State law professor Steven Davidoff. … Continue Reading

Guest Post: SEC and U.S. Exchanges Crack Down On Chinese and Other Reverse Merger Companies

Companies that obtained their listings on U.S. exchanges by way of a reverse merger with a publicly traded shell have been the focus of a great deal of scrutiny and even litigation in recent months, particularly with regard to Chinese reverse merger companies, as discussed here.   Reverse merger companies are also now the focus … Continue Reading