DuPont’s $6.4 Billion Offer for Danisco Succeeds
Dupont has proceeded with the $6.4 billion deal to acquire Danisco after 92.2 % of Danisco shareholders accepted the tender offer by the deadline. “We are very pleased that a vast majority of Danisco shareholders have accepted DuPont’s offer and the two companies may now begin to move forward together,” said Danisco Chairman Jorgen Tandrup in a press release. “DuPont and Danisco share cultures based in exceptional science and research capabilities. Our combined strengths in biosciences and nutrition and health will deliver innovative new offerings for customers worldwide, while helping to grow these businesses in ways that will benefit employees, shareholders and the communities in which we serve. We look forward to this next exciting chapter of discovery and success for the joined companies.”
Partners Robert A. McTamaney, Howard J. Barnet, Jr., Clifford P. Case III, Macculloch M. Irving, Austin D. Keyes, Richard G. Pierson, and Andris J. Vizbaras, counsel Peter Flägel and Patricia Matzye and associates Ann Batchelor Pace, Bryan J. Hall and Richard N. Kim represented Danisco in this transaction.
Mr. McCarthy has joined the firm as a partner in the Litigation Department, bringing with him years of experience in international litigation and arbitration.
Our 2017 Year in Review highlights the cutting-edge work of our clients, both foreign and domestic, and some of the ways we helped them succeed.
Working with Immigration Equality, Carter Ledyard continues to represent pro bono clients in regards to their LGBTQ asylum applications.
Carter Ledyard client Lisa Schwarz, developer of the Comprehensive Resource Model trauma treatment model, prevailed on her motion for contempt against Dr. David Grand in proceedings in the Federal District Court for the…
Together with Her Justice, Carter Ledyard attorneys were successful in guiding pro bono clients apply for their U-Visa, obtain deferred and final approval of legal status, and receive employment authorization.
At the 2018 Commitment to Justice Awards, Legal Assistant Bill Borenstein was honored with the Deborah E. Smith Award. The award acknowledged Mr. Borenstein for his years of outstanding service.
Managing Partner Christine Fazio and Ethan Strell, assistant general counsel of the National Audubon Society, co-wrote an article featured in the New York Law Journal on the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA), one of the oldest…
Carter Ledyard Counsel Valentino Vasi was quoted in an article published by the Bank Insurance & Securities Association (BISA) regarding best practices and suggestions for improving cybersecurity polices for financial…
Carter Ledyard & Milburn is proud to participate in this year’s Justice Served campaign, an effort by the legal community to end hunger in New York City.
On January 22, 2018, the New York Law Journal published a recent decision by the New York County Surrogate's Court granting a motion to dismiss in favor of a Carter Ledyard client.
Carter Ledyard Partner Pang Zhang-Whitaker is presenting a series of 8 weekly talks on “Chinese cross border investments in the US – law and practice" for the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade…