As set forth in the Delaware Supreme Court decision of Corwin v. KKR Fin. Holdings LLC, 125 A.3d 304 (Del., 2015), a board’s decision to approve a merger transaction is subject to business judgment rule presumption when the merger was approved by a disinterested majority of the company’s stockholders in a fully-informed and

In the recent decision of Ehlen v. Conceptus, Inc., C.A. No. 8560-VCG (Del. Ch. May 24, 2013), the Court of Chancery ruled on a motion to expedite filed by Plaintiff Ehlen, in connection with his request to preliminarily enjoin a merger. Through the Complaint, Plaintiff alleged that the Conceptus directors breached their fiduciary