We have posted before about the amicus brief that a collection of law professors has asked to put before the Delaware Supreme Court as it hears the DFC Global appeal.  On Friday, the Supreme Court granted their request and will consider their submission advocating that the chancery courts should defer to the merger price when reached as a result of a robust, pristine M&A auction.  This ruling was made despite the opposition voiced by the DFC Global stockholders defending the lower court’s decision to award them a premium to the merger price.  The Court found that the professors may be able to provide it with some “unique supplemental assistance” in this case, which involved a question of “general public importance.”

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