Last summer, when Chancellor Chandler first dismissed the Wayne County pension fund's challenge to Vivendi's merger with the online gaming company, he showed a bit of humor by concluding his ruling with the phrase "game over." But it wasn't really; he permitted the plaintiffs to file an amended complaint. Now he's dismissed the case again, in the first decision to apply the Delaware Supreme Court's new Lyondell precedent. And this time, it really might be game over for the plaintiffs.
Delaware Chancellor Dismisses Shareholder Challenge to Activision-Vivendi Merger (Again)
July 27, 2009
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