The Delaware Court of Chancery’s October 1, 2018 decision in Akorn Inc. v. Fresenius KABI AG (“Akorn”) marked the first time that any Delaware court has determined that a buyer should be released from its obligation to close an M&A transaction because of the occurrence...

Curran Antonelli, LLP partner Ryan Sullivan obtained a defense verdict on behalf of a financial advisor client in Essex Superior Court. Over the course of the five day trial, the jury considered claims for fraud, breach of contract, and breach of fiduciary duty arising...

In Cuddy v. Eldredge Pub. Library, WL 2687415 (Mass. App. Ct. June 22, 2017), the Massachusetts Appeals Court affirmed a Superior Court decision that subsequent intervenors are not liable for a prior intervenor’s attorneys’ fees under the common fund or common benefit...

What happens when a creditor receives a money judgment from a non-U.S. tribunal, but the judgment debtor’s assets are located within the United States? In legal-ease, this is considered a “foreign country money judgment,” and the United States is known to be liberal in...

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