July 13, 2020

#69 Did Someone Open the Door? Private Litigation Challenging Consummated Merger

Private litigation over consummated merger is interesting, as such suits are rare and consummated deals are harder to challenge, as a common saying goes— you can't unscramble a scrambled egg.  But have some recent developments opened a new door (pun intended) for private litigants?  Jack Martin, leading litigator in relevant cases, joins Anora Wang and John Roberti to discuss the statutes of limitations, remedy, standing, agency (in)action, and advocacy in front of a judge or a jury.  Listen to this episode to learn about some lesser-known aspects of private litigation challenging consummated merger.

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Jack Martin, Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth

Related Links:

Brief for the United States of America as Amicus Curiae in Support of Appellee Steves and Sons, Inc. (August 23, 2019) (Steves & Sons, Inc. v. JELD-WEN, Inc): https://www.justice.gov/atr/case-document/370702

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John Roberti, Partner, Allen & Overy LLP and Anora Wang, Associate, Winston & Strawn LLP