Washington Law Review
This Comment examines the scope of section 16(b) liability for the unsuccessful takeover bidder. It then develops two possible analyses by which the courts might exempt the takeover bidder from section 16(b)'s provisions. Alternatively, it recommends that if the courts do not exonerate takeover bidders, they should at least allow a less harsh calculation of profit.
Short-Swing Profiles in Failed Takeover Bids—The Role of Section 16(b),
59 Wash. L. Rev.
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