JD Supra Corporate Brief: Delaware Corporation Bylaws, Cram Down Plans, Paid Sick Leave, ACA Whistleblower Protections

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The Delaware Court of Chancery has held that boards of directors of Delaware corporations may adopt bylaws requiring lawsuits over the internal affairs of that corporation to be brought in Delaware… (DLA Piper)

Two recent appeals court decisions separately address the rights of secured creditors, unsecured creditors and equity holders under cram down plans of reorganization… (Shearman & Sterling)

Latest overview of how last week’s DOMA ruling changes employee benefit plan, tax, and employment considerations… (Morgan Lewis)

Can a good-faith belief that a patent is invalid defeat a claim for induced infringement? Thanks to a recent Federal Circuit decision, apparently the answer is: yes… (Foley Hoag)

Most New York City-based companies soon will have a new legal obligation to their employees – the provision of mandatory paid sick leave… (Akin Gump)

In an era of heightened shareholder activism, incumbent boards might do well to consider additional director nomination rules and requirements to enhance the protection of shareholders as a whole… (Skadden)

Oh, what a tangled web FATCA weaves… (K&L Gates)

One aspect of the Affordable Care Act you might not have considered but probably should: whistleblower protections… (BakerHostetler)

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