Author Archives: Guest Blogger

Regulating Federal Securities Law Claims In Corporate Charters: The Dilemma Confronting Delaware

By | October 14, 2019

Courtesy of Mohsen Manesh In Sciabacucchi v. Salzberg, the Delaware Supreme Court confronts a thorny question at the intersection of state corporate law and federal securities law. Specifically, the case asks whether a Delaware corporation may include a forum selection provision in its corporate charter governing shareholder claims brought under federal securities law. But that narrow… Read More »

Not Everything is About Investors: The Case for Mandatory Stakeholder Disclosure

By | October 10, 2019

Courtesy of Ann Lipton Businesses that operate in the United States are constantly required to disclose information. Both state and federal law require merchants to disclose product and service information to consumers.  Federal law requires employers to disclose workplace hazards to employees.  Data on the racial and gender makeup of a firm’s workforce must be… Read More »

Deal or No Deal? Brexit Implications for UK/EU Financial Services Firms

By | September 16, 2019

Courtesy of Mete Feridun In March 2018, the UK and EU27 reached an agreement on the terms of a transitional period following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. However, the terms of this deal are conditional on both sides agreeing to a final withdrawal treaty (“Withdrawal Agreement”).  Since Boris Johnson’s ascension to Prime Minster in July, this prospect has grown increasingly unlikely,… Read More »