M&A and Corporate Governance Hot Topics and Trends – S&C’s Quarterly NewslettersSullivan & Cromwell LLP - September 22, 2020
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European M&A and Corporate Governance Hot Topics
S&C Critical Insights: Podcast Series
S&C’s must-read newsletter covers what matters now in mergers and acquisitions, including regulatory developments, antitrust matters and updates from Delaware and other state courts.
S&C’s update highlights the most significant developments within the corporate governance landscape, and includes topics related to regulatory and litigation developments, surveys, policies and reports, and proxy advisory and institutional investor news.
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