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Mark S. Adams

Corporate, Litigation and Mergers & Acquisitions

Orange County Business Journal: Good Deals Gone Bad: Fiduciary Liabilities in Mergers and Acquisitions

Bill Capps and Mark Adams’s article, “Good Deals Gone Bad: Fiduciary Liabilities in Mergers and Acquisitions,” was published in the Orange County Business Journal’s Mergers & Acquisitions supplement. To view a PDF of this article, click here. Good Deals Gone Bad: Fiduciary Liabilities in Mergers and Acquisitions By Mark S. Adams and William F. Capps Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP The […]

Litigation

The director’s friend: The business judgment rule

The director’s friend: The business judgment rule By Mark Adams Reprinted with permission, Orange County Business Journal, August 27, 2012   A corporate director is entrusted to act for and on behalf of the corporation and its shareholders in managing the corporation’s affairs. A director assumes fiduciary duties and is expected to act with honesty, loyalty, […]