But thanks to a summer court ruling, tech company executives looking to sell can breathe a little easier.

According to the Delaware Chancery Court, the court generally recognized as the last word on corporate matters, it’s next to impossible for a buyer to renege on a deal. The ruling is just the latest in a series of measures Silicon Valley mergers and acquisitions lawyers are now drawing upon to make deals more predictable for clients.

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