Tag Archives: New York

News Flash: Insurer That Paid Full Policy Limits Did not Breach the Policy or Act in Bad Faith

D&O insurance policyholders sometimes bridle when the insurers take steps to try to rein in burgeoning defense expense. In that situation, the D&O insurers will often try to remind the policyholder that because defense expense erodes the limit of liability, it is in everyone’s interest for defense expense to be monitored closely. An unusual coverage … Continue Reading

New York Court Rejects “Utterly Useless” Disclosure-Only Merger Objection Suit Settlement

In a series of rulings culminating in the January 2016 decision in Trulia (about which refer here), Delaware’s courts have evinced their hostility to the kind of disclosure-only settlement in which merger objection suits are frequently resolved. Since that time, plaintiffs’ lawyers increasingly have filed merger-objection lawsuits outside of Delaware, either in federal court or … Continue Reading
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