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Shearman & Sterling's Lyons on Strine's El Paso decision

Published March 14, 2012 at 4:00 AM

"I don't see that decision as having anything new," asserts Peter Lyons, a partner at law firm Shearman & Sterling LLP, in regards to Delaware Court of Chancery Judge Leo E. Strine Jr.'s recent decision in the shareholder litigation challenging the sale of El Paso Corp. to Kinder Morgan Inc. Senior writer David Marcus chats with Lyons at the Tulane University Law School Corporate Law Institute in New Orleans. - Sarah Hashim-Waris
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