Guide to Consumer Law: The Easyway - 2016

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That will help the rivals but hurt consumers. The settlement provided for an independent fairness report of the merger before the scheduled seat holder vote.� The Court considered both the small number of class members and their sophistication in financial markets.� In providing for an independent analysis of the proposed settlement, the Court limited its role to ensuring that the seat holder vote on the merger would be made upon adequate disclosure so that the seat holders could evaluate the impact of any conflicts in the terms of the transaction.� Dissatisfied with a prior � standard fairness opinion �, the Court approved the settlement by including critical comments submitted by plaintiffs� expert, together with the additional fairness opinion, to the seat holders, finding that the competing presentations gave a fair and balanced view of the proposed merger.

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Publisher: Easyway Guides; Revised edition edition (January 25, 2016)

ISBN: 1847165931

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