Mistakes: Common Defects in the Authorization of Corporate Acts, the Effects, and the Fixes, Panelist, American Bar Association Business Law Section Annual Meeting, September 2014
Emily V. Burton will be a panelist at the upcoming American Bar Association, Section of Business Law's Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois on September 12, 2014. The panel discussion is entitled "Mistakes: Common Defects in the Authorization of Corporate Acts, the Effects, and the Fixes".
Ms. Burton is an associate in Young Conaway's Corporate Counseling and Litigation Section. She focuses her practice on corporate and complex commercial litigation before the Court of Chancery, often including highly expedited matters. In addition to litigation, Ms. Burton has advised boards and independent fiduciaries faced with potential or ongoing litigation and has acted as an advisor to investors in companies involved in high profile cases. Prior to joining Young Conaway, Ms. Burton graduated cum laude from Boston University’s School of Law and clerked with The Honorable Carolyn Berger, Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware. She is a member of the American and Delaware State Bar Associations.