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    Antitrust Corporate Dispositions

    Marc Siegel

    This article provides critical background on DOJ policy and practice, and highlights some of the steps corporate counsel can take during leniency or plea negotiations to secure non-prosecution protection for the company's employees as part of any antitrust corporate disposition.

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    Quarterly State Compliance Review

    Sandra Feldman

    This edition of the Quarterly State Compliance Review looks at some legislation of interest to corporate lawyers that went into effect between May 1 and July 1, as well as some recent cases of interest from the courts of Delaware, Michigan, and Texas.

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    Patent Infringement

    Christopher Gaspar and Sean Hyberg

    Supreme Court Turns Back Clock

    Although TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods answers the question of where a domestic corporation resides in patent infringement cases, it does not fully answer the question of where proper venue lies.

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    Cybersecurity After WannaCry

    Anthony McFarland

    Following the May 2017 WannaCry ransomware infiltration into over 10,000 organizations and individuals in over 150 countries, it is clear that businesses across industries have no choice but to spend time and resources digesting and culling through the cybersecurity information barrage.

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    Compensation Plans: Director-Specific Limits

    Christopher B. Chuff, Joanna J. Cline, Douglass D. Herrmann and James H.S. Levine

    A recent decision by the Delaware Court of Chancery serves as a reminder that boards of directors of Delaware corporations should consider amending their companies’ director compensation plans to include specific limits on the amount of compensation that a director may be awarded in a given year, and obtaining stockholder approval of such compensation plans.

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    What Can We Tell About the Trump Administration’s Focus on Compliance?

    Annette K. Ebright and Sarah F. Hutchins

    There are a few early signs that the Trump administration will continue to hold companies to the “way of compliance.” But after the first five months of his presidency, there are still questions about where enforcement is heading in specific compliance areas.

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    Court of Chancery Dismisses Post-Closing Challenge to Merger Transaction

    Lewis H. Lazarus

    Stockholders who believe that a board breached its fiduciary duties in connection with information provided to stockholders asked to vote for a merger transaction can either seek to enjoin the transaction or seek damages post-closing. In light of the Delaware courts’ jurisprudence post-Corwin, such claims are unlikely to succeed

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