The Delaware Supreme Court recently affirmed a decision from the Court of Chancery that held a poison pill with an unusually low trigger was a reasonable response to a specific threat to the corporation.

In Versata Enterprises Inc. v. Selectica Inc., the court also clarified the standard to be used when assessing poison pills, ruling that they are preclusive if they make success in a proxy contest “realistically unattainable.”

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