Date Posted: 3/30/2015
Delaware’s GS-Tek is achieving international financial success by entering new markets. The Newark-based chromatographic products manufacturer has worked closely with the U.S. Commercial Service’s Philadelphia U.S. Export Assistance Center (USEAC) to identify key international trade shows and trusted business partners. As a result of these efforts, the company made $18,000 in sales […]
Date Posted: 3/20/2015
Find out if your company is ready to do business abroad. Success in the domestic market. The product or service has a proven profit margin and there is ongoing demand. The capacity to produce more of the product or service. The business has the adequate staff and resources to fulfill large orders that may […]
Determining the Likely Standard of Review Applicable to Board Decisions in Delaware Merger and Acquisition Transactions
Date Posted: 12/19/2014
The standard of review applied by a Delaware judge in a challenged merger and acquisition (M&A) transaction will often have a significant effect on the outcome. In this post, we offer a chart that identifies fact patterns common to Delaware M&A transactions and provides a preliminary assessment of the likely standard of review applicable to transactions fitting such fact patterns.
Date Posted: 6/2/2014
Delaware leads the nation in incorporating Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), according to data reported by the Delaware Division of Corporations in its 2013 Annual Report. In the past year, 83 percent of all U.S. IPOs chose to form their business entities in Delaware.
Date Posted: 3/20/2014
Managing litigation risk is a challenging but essential task for businesses of all types and sizes. A forum selection clause that designates the Delaware courts for resolving disputes can reduce the chance that a commercial or intra-corporate dispute is litigated by opportunistic counterparties before a court or other tribunal that is inconvenient to your business, or that lacks the specialization needed to most effectively resolve the dispute.