|Delaware Chancery Court “In Session” to Teach Students
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This spring, students in a valuations and transactions
class got an inside look at the complex mergers of Toys “R” Us
and Technicolor Inc. through a series of panel discussions. These
programs are a component of a Penn Law course co-taught by
Hon. Leo E. Strine, Jr. L’88, vice chancellor of the Delaware
Chancery Court, and Michael L. Wachter, William B. Johnson
Professor of Law and Economics and ILE co-director.
|ILE Co-Directors Michael A. Wachter and Edward Rock L’83 (far
left) helped organize discussion of “Technicolor Saga.” Participants
from the Delaware Chancery Court included (from left to right)
Vice Chancellor Leo E. Strine, Jr. L’88, Former Chancellor William T.
Allen, and Chancellor William B. Chandler.