Legal news site Law360 published this analysis [$$$] about whether, in light of Aruba, it’s time for a new “checklist” on appraisal. The core takeaway is something academics have been observing over time: appraisal is growing closer to breach of fiduciary duty litigation – and the space between the two types of cases is shrinking. With that said, appraisal remains a distinct type of action, even if the substantive room for the remedy is (as the authors content) is reduced.

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