Morris James partners Lewis H. Lazarus and Albert H. Manwaring IV participated in a panel discussion titled, “Corwin, Appraisal and Alternative Entity Developments: Updates That Transactional Lawyers and Litigators Need to Know, a View From the Bench and Bar” at the annual corporate law CLE sponsored by the Corporation Law Council of the Delaware State Bar Association on June 6.
Lazarus moderated the discussion and Manwaring presented on Corwin and other developments of Delaware corporate law. Other topics discussed included appraisal, recent alternative entity case law, and the council’s proposed 2018 amendments to the statutes governing Delaware’s business organizations.
Lazarus, chair of Morris James’ corporate and commercial litigation group, focuses his practice on corporate governance and commercial matters in the Delaware Court of Chancery. Manwaring is a partner at the firm and a member of the corporate and fiduciary litigation group.