Should a board's decision-making process change in response to less frequent judicial review?
Delaware law courts have sought to reduce spurious litigation by becoming more deferential to directors' decisions. This has allowed directors and their advisors to focus on making good decisions rather than on building a record for its own sake.
In this recorded webinar, Graham Robinson and Paul Lockwood of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom LLP, will:
- Discuss these changes
- Review whether they have worked as intended
- Make recommendations for how directors should consider litigation risk as they make decisions moving forward