Structuring Corporate Board Action to Meet the Ever-Decreasing Scope of Revlon Duties

Engledow, Wells M.
December 1999
Albany Law Review;1999, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p505
Academic Journal
Attempts to demonstrate the precise triggers and scope of Revlon duties in the decision of the Delaware Supreme Court on the case of Revlon Inc. with MacAndrews and Forbes Holdings Inc. Discussion on the three tiered model of judicial review; Historical context within which Revlon was written; Implication of the uncertainty surrounding Revlon duties.


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