WILMINGTON, DE (August 27, 2015) – In a decisive shareholder victory, the Delaware Court of Chancery has found that the two most senior officers of Dole Food Co. Inc. breached their fiduciary duties in structuring a 2013 buyout of the iconic producer of fresh fruits and vegetables that drastically undervalued the company to the detriment of stockholders… Read the Full Press Release
In its 12th consecutive year as a top-ranked firm, G&E ranks in Band 1 in the areas of:
WILMINGTON, DE (January 20, 2015) - Settling a nearly two-year-old shareholder class action, directors and officers of investment bank Jefferies Group, Inc.and New York-based holding company Leucadia National Corporation have agreed to provide a net recovery of $70 million to shareholders who challenged the terms of the 2012 stock-for-stock buyout of Jefferies by Leucadia. The settlement, which was reached just weeks before trial was to begin, provides a cutting edge payment structure and a rare victory for shareholders challenging a stock-for-stock M&A transaction… Read the Full Press Release
Mr. Grant was recently recognized by Benchmark Litigation as one of the “Top 100 Trial Lawyers,” Chambers & Partners as part of Band 1 in Chancery and Securities Litigation, Law360 as a “Class Action MVP,” and Legal 500 as a “Leading Lawyer.”
G&E is no stranger to the top of The National Law Journal rankings lists—it has secured a spot in the annual “Plaintiffs’ Hot List” every year since the List’s inception in 2005, and in 2008, was named to the “Plaintiffs’ Hot List Hall of Fame.” In 2014, G&E was selected among the top 50 firms in the Journal’s first annual “Elite Trial Lawyers” list, which identified the leading plaintiffs firms in America that performed the most creative and important work in the courtroom.
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On March 5, 2015, Judge Joan B. Gottschall designated Grant & Eisenhofer director Adam J. Levitt as interim co-lead counsel. The case is In re: Navistar Maxxforce Engines Marketing, Sales Practices, and Product Liability Litigation, case number 2590, in the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation.