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Michael Miarmi Delaware Law Webinar

Michael Miarmi to Discuss Delaware Investor Law Issues at Council of Institutional Investors Webinar

Lieff Cabraser partner Michael Miarmi will be presenting a webinar entitled “Delaware Law Update: What Investors Need to Know” for the Council of Institutional Investors on Wednesday, June 26, 2019 from 3:30-4:30pm. The webinar will feature a panel discussion that explores the critical role Delaware law plays in shaping business, both in the United States and around the world, as a result of its advanced general corporation law and dedicated business court, the Delaware Court of Chancery.

Because more than 66% of Fortune 500 companies have made Delaware their legal home, changes in Delaware law from either the courts or the legislature have major ripple effects across the global business community.

Panelists include six securities law experts who will address recent changes in the law to an audience of asset owners, asset managers, issuers and intermediaries, and law and accounting firms generally interested in governance issues and shareholder rights.

Learn more about the webinar on the Council of Institutional Investors site.

About Michael Miarmi

Michael Miarmi is a partner in the firm’s New York office. He devotes his practice almost entirely to representing individual and institutional investors in direct or class cases asserting claims under the federal securities laws or state law. Among his current responsibilities, Michael is a member of the team serving as co-lead counsel for the proposed customer class in In re Bank of New York Mellon Corp. Foreign Exchange Transactions Litigation, seeking to recover losses arising from The Bank of New York Mellon’s alleged misconduct in connection with executing foreign exchange (FX) transactions on behalf of its custodial clients, as well as the team serving as co-lead counsel for the proposed class in Arkansas Teacher Retirement System v. State Street Corp., a case arising from State Street’s alleged FX-related misconduct.