The Delaware Supreme Court made its ruling this week in the ISN Software appraisal case. A three-judge panel (not the full bench) affirmed the Chancery Court’s decision awarding a premium that was more than 2.5 times the merger price, as reported in Law360 [$$]. The Supreme Court affirmed without rendering its own opinion, relying instead on the trial court’s reasoning. ISN Software was a privately held software company, with the appraisal case stemming from the controlling stockholder’s cash-out of some of the minority shares.
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