Corporate mergers often face lawsuits, but few changes result

Lawsuits were filed over 94% of proposed mergers involving public companies last year, according to data from Cornerstone Research. In the overwhelming majority of such cases, the suits were resolved with no significant changes made to the deals, experts said. "It's kabuki theater. Everybody knows the moves," said Stanford Law School professor Robert Daines, a former banker at Goldman Sachs Group.

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