Morris Nichols CompanionsPDF
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Electronic versions of Morris Nichols’ companion booklets are available below for free download.
Delaware Unclaimed Property Companion
Designed for the unclaimed property professional and companies involved in Delaware unclaimed property audits and voluntary disclosure agreements, Morris Nichols’ Unclaimed Property Companion contains essential reference documents on Delaware and national unclaimed property law.
The Delaware Unclaimed Property Statute (updates to the new Title 12 escheat provisions), Uniform Unclaimed Property Acts (including the 2016 Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act), and citation summary of case law pertinent to Delaware unclaimed property law, are conveniently compiled in an easy to use and fully text searchable format.
Updated as statutory revisions or case law warrant, the Unclaimed Property Companion is designed to be the “go to” source on Delaware unclaimed property law.
Mergers & Acquisitions: A Delaware Checklist
Morris Nichols’ M&A Checklist summarizes key cases decided by the Delaware courts. Available in PDF format, it is an essential tool for M&A dealmakers.
Delaware Trust Law Companion
Morris Nichols’ Delaware Trust Law Companion is an invaluable resource for professionals whose practice involves Delaware trusts.
The Companion compiles numerous source materials, including select provisions of Delaware’s trust law and Chancery Court rules. Content also includes the Delaware Advantage, a comprehensive outline explaining how and why to settle trusts in Delaware.
With convenient search features, Morris Nichols’ Delaware Trust Law Companion places resources at your fingertips.
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