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02/21/2024 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 02/21/2024 15:35

Chancery Invalidates Advance Notice Bylaws That Were “Overbroad,” “Ambiguous,” or Too “Dense”: Kellner V. Aim

Articles | February 21, 2024

The M&A Lawyer republished a Fried Frank M&A/PE Briefing titled, "Chancery Invalidates Advance Notice Bylaws that Were 'Overbroad,' 'Ambiguous,' or Too 'Dense'-Kellner v. AIM," coauthored by senior counsel Gail Weinstein and partners Philip Richter, Steven Epstein, Matthew V. Soran, Andrea Gede-Lange and P. Ryan Messier.

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