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    REMINDER – Complimentary Webinar – Fundamentals Of, and Insurance Coverage For, Merger Objection Suits: The Basics – July 17, 2013

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    There has been a sharp uptick in the frequency of merger objection lawsuits in the past several years. These suits are now brought after virtually every major deal is announced. The Delaware Chancery Court as well as courts in other jurisdictions continue to develop the law governing these disputes, and, accordingly, insurance coverage issues continue to evolve. The webinar will present a hypothetical case, and overview of the law (based on Delaware) that applies to that hypothetical; the insurance claims that likely would be involved; the most recent statistics regarding both frequency and severity for these cases; the insurance coverages implicated; and the more significant coverage issues which have arisen.

    Speakers:

    From Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP

    • John D. Hughes
    • Jacquelyn Burke
    • Gregory D. Pendleton

    CLE:

    Edwards Wildman Palmer is an accredited provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York and California. Accreditation for the State of Illinois is pending. This course may be used for 1 CLE credit hour.

    Note: Although multiple participants are welcome to join this program, any person who seeks CLE credit for attendance must be logged in individually and remain logged in throughout the duration of the program to receive credit.

    RSVP:
    To REGISTER for this Webinar, please CLICK HERE.

    Contact:
    John D. Hughes
    617.951.3373
    jhughes@edwardswildman.com
    Jacquelyn Burke
    617.239.0540
    jburke@edwardswildman.com
    Gregory D. Pendleton
    617.239.0764
    gpendleton@edwardswildman.com

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