Cybersecurity company Forescout Technologies Inc. and private equity company Advent International won’t be going to trial this summer in Delaware, instead announcing Wednesday their closure of a $1.43 billion merger agreement.

The agreement settles claims that were set to be addressed by the Delaware Court of Chancery in what would have been the first trial to consider COVID-19′s effects on a company as a potential material adverse event that could warrant another company backing out of a deal.

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