Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell partner Ryan Stottmann was set to speak in the live webinar “M&A Litigation Update: Standard of Deal Review, Appraisal Rights, D&O Fiduciary Duties” on Oct. 18.
Stottmann and co-faculty were set to discuss the implications of recent Delaware case law for planning, negotiating and drafting M&A deal documents.
His litigation practice focuses on corporate and commercial litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery and appeals before the Delaware Supreme Court.
He has served as lead counsel and co-counsel to companies, stockholders and directors in appraisal and fiduciary duty litigation, trade secrets and licensing cases, employee noncompete and nonsolicitation matters, statutory matters arising under Delaware corporate and alternative entity laws, and post-closing indemnification and escrow disputes arising from merger, stock purchase or asset purchase agreements.
Stottmann has represented both plaintiffs and defendants from a variety of industries, including technology, finance, software and electronics, real estate management, health care, telecommunications, chemicals and pharmaceuticals.