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Court Of Chancery Explains When Entire Fairness Review Applies

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In re Crimson Exploration Stockholder Litigation, C.A. 8541-VCP (October 24, 2014) This is an important decision for 2 reasons. First, it collects the prior decisions that determine when a less-than-50% owner is considered a controlling stockholder so as to potentially invoke entire fairness review.  Second, it then reviews the prior decisions that hold when a controller is competing with the minority stockholders, even when the controller is not on both sides of the deal. That may occur, for example, when the controller receives special treatment in the transaction. Share


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