Lyondell Chemical Co. v. Ryan: The Duty of Good Faith Comes to Revlon-Land

Engage, Vol. 11.1, p. 14, March 2010

10 Pages Posted: 27 Jun 2010

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Robert T. Miller

University of Iowa College of Law; New York University - School of Law, Classical Liberal Institute

Date Written: March 1, 2010

Abstract

In this short article, I consider Lyondell Chem. Co. v. Ryan, probably the most important Revlon case that the Delaware courts have decided in several years. I give particular attention to how the Delaware Supreme Court and the Delaware Court of Chancery dealt with the good-faith component of a board's duty of loyalty once Revlon-duties have been triggered.

Suggested Citation

Miller, Robert T., Lyondell Chemical Co. v. Ryan: The Duty of Good Faith Comes to Revlon-Land (March 1, 2010). Engage, Vol. 11.1, p. 14, March 2010, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1630541

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