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|Fighting for Greater Corporate Transparency in Merger and Acquisition Deals|
Companies have a legal duty to conduct their business in a manner that is transparent to their shareholders. Why? So company shareholders can hold the executives of their company accountable.
In the corporate climate that is prevalent today, it often seems that corporate executives forget that they are working for all shareholders, big and small, and as such, fail to transparently present their companies' dealings to shareholders. Based on their dealings, it sometimes seems that corporate executives view their shareholders as nothing more than cash cows to fund their twenty million dollar salaries and refuel their corporate private jets. In reality, executives are supposed to work for the shareholders - not the other way around.
Merger and Acquisition lawsuits bring transparency and accountability to corporate deal making.
Merger and Acquisition lawsuits seek to give a seat to every shareholder at the backroom table where M&A deals are usually conducted. The ultimate goal of a M&A lawsuit is to make sure that the proposed deal is really in the best interests of the shareholders, and not simply in the best interests of some rich corporate cronies. By demanding full and transparent disclosure about a proposed deal, a M&A lawsuit allows all shareholders to determine for themselves if a proposed deal is in their best interests, and not just take the executive's word for it.
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