Last week, the Delaware Chancery Court decided the Panera case.* While awarding deal price, the Court also decided a question involving prepayment – and whether there can be refunds – for the first time. The Court decided that, based on the statutory text, refunds of prepayment are not allowed. In other words: when a company prepays a portion of, or all of, the merger consideration, those funds are not subject to clawback no matter what the Court were to rule on fair value.

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*Lowenstein Sandler LLP serves as counsel for petitioners in Panera.

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