Confidential Information on Tender Offers: May It Be Disclosed?

Kaplan, Stanley A.; Hovdesven, Arne; Lipton, Martin
April 1978
American Bar Association Journal;Apr78, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p619
Academic Journal
Presents a forum on a hypothetical case which deals with confidential information on tender offers and whether it may be disclosed. Lawyer-client relationship issues involved.


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