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January 6, 2016

In the News Today – January 6, 2016

‘The Judge Who Shoots Down Merger Lawsuits’: The Wall Street Journal profiles Delaware Chancery Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster, a “notoriously tough judge who has shown thinning patience” with disclosure-only merger lawsuits, which are thus being filed in decreasing numbers in the state. (Wall Street Journal)

Plaintiffs’ Attorney Writes of Benefits of Arbitration: “In 47 years of negotiating arbitration clauses into business agreements whenever possible, and taking some clients into arbitration and less fortunate ones into court, I have found that arbitration offers distinct advantages over court trials,” writes Richard D. Rogovin of Columbus, Ohio. (Wall Street Journal)

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