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Law Professor Calls for D&O Insurers to Stand Up to M&A Profiteers

Sean Griffith, professor, Fordham School of Law, said insurers are in the unique position of possessing legal standing to challenge "mootness fees," which are settlements paid to lawyers that contest merger deals.

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