- Commercial Litigation
- Accounting Litigation
- Business Disputes
- Labor & Employment
- Securities & Corporate Governance Litigation
- Securities Industry
- Intellectual Property Litigation
|University ||DePauw University, B.A., cum laude|
|Law School||Northwestern University School of Law, J.D.|
Todd C. Schiltz is a partner in the firm's Commercial Litigation Practice Group concentrating his practice in the areas of corporate and commercial litigation. Todd represents debtors and creditors in bankruptcy proceedings, and corporations, members of their boards of directors and substantial stockholders in litigation involving issues of corporate governance and fiduciary duties arising under the Delaware General Corporation Law and the federal securities laws. Todd's practice also includes the representation of special and standing board committees on a variety of issues, including corporate investigations.
Todd has litigated numerous corporate control, corporate governance, statutory and contractual disputes in the Delaware Court of Chancery and Delaware Supreme Court. His litigation matters include the representation of Centerline Holding Company in connection with litigation arising from its sale of $2.8 billion in tax-exempt affordable housing bonds to Freddie Mac and the successful defense of a suit challenging the acquisition of Opinion Research Corporation, Inc.
Todd has co-authored several articles including " Preston v. Allison: Delaware Courts May Correct Inequitable Election Results in Limited Circumstances;" "Mergers and Acquisitions: An Overview and Update of Delaware Law;" and "Preparation For and Conduct Of Shareholders' Meetings." Todd also serves as the chairman of the Delaware Tax Appeals Board.
Securities Update - September 2013
Securities Update - June 2013
Protecting Your Competitive Edge
Insights: The Corporate and Securities Law Advisor
Delaware Court Clarifies Attorney's Fee Awards and Materiality Standards for Disclosure Claims
Member, American Bar Association
Member, Delaware State Bar Association
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Merger Paying Common Shareholders $0 Found To Be Entirely Fair
Todd C. Schiltz, October 28, 2013
On August 16, 2013, the Delaware Court of Chancery issued a post-trial opinion holding that the directors of Trados Inc. did not breach their fiduciary duties when approving a merger notwithstanding the fact that holders of common stock received nothing in the transaction.
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