Published Works

Do Stock Drops Over Securities Fraud Suits Now Count as Securities Fraud Damages?

Partner, David Wertheimer authored an article for the New York Law Journal titled: "Do Stock Drops Over Securities Fraud Suits Now Count as Securities Fraud Damages?"

Hogan Lovells Publications

Delaware Chancery Court extends application of MFW standard to conflicted stock issuances

In a recent decision, the Delaware Court of Chancery granted a motion to dismiss a complaint asserting breach of fiduciary duty claims arising out of a stock issuance proposed by a...

Published Works

Mootness attorney fee awards: Will New York prove less friendly than Delaware?

David F. Wertheimer and Justin S. Brenner write: Over the past few years, there has been a marked trend of corporate governance litigation involving Delaware corporations being filed...

Published Works

Third edition of "Directors' Liability – A Worldwide Review" by Alexander Loos (Ed.) published

Directors’ Liability – A Worldwide Review – edited and co-authored by our German Corporate Of Counsel Alexander Loos – is an acclaimed reference book for...

Hogan Lovells Publications

Data Breaches Hit the Board Room: The Growing Trend of Claims Against Directors and Officers Arising From Data Breaches and What You Can Do About It

News headlines about data breaches are becoming more and more common. During the last year alone, major retailers, restaurants, and financial institutions have all reported data breaches....

Hogan Lovells Publications

Resolving shareholders' disputes under the new Companies Ordinance

The new Companies Ordinance (Cap.622)("the New Ordinance"), which came into effect on 3 March 2014, is a substantial rewrite of Hong Kong companies law. The stated objectives of the changes ...

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