Post-Merger Control of Attorney-Client Privilege

, New York Law Journal

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In his Corporate Litigation column, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett partner Joseph M. McLaughlin reviews a Delaware Court of Chancery opinion adopting a bright-line rule that any attorney-client privilege attached to pre-merger communications pass to the acquirer in the merger unless the merger agreement provides otherwise, rejecting the New York approach to post-merger privilege.

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