A recent art auction lawsuit reveals the complexities of excusing contractual performance due to the pandemic.
Taking a close look at the three phases of a special purpose acquisition company.
A contract is not necessarily a promise, says Maurice Lefkort W86
What recent developments could mean for the "index fund free rider problem."
An in-depth examination of the benefits of pro rata voting
A recent Delaware ruling confirms that a deal can be a deal even if no contract is signed.
Failing to negotiate in good faith cost SIGA Technologies $113 million in a recent suit with PharmAthene. Maurice Lefkort examines the case and gives advice on the importance of letters of intent.
A Delaware court upholds Appraisal Arbitrage, and that’s bad news for the average investor and market efficiency, explains Maurice Lefkort.
Enhanced SEC rules mean entrepreneurs will have to monitor their private equity and venture capital investors.