Montgomery Cellular Holding Co., Inc. v. Dobler

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Montgomery Cellular Holding Co., Inc. v. Dobler
2005 Del. LEXIS 295
US
State Court
Delaware
Supreme Court
Dawn M. Jones, Kenneth J. Nachbar, Laura C. Mow, Martin S. Lessner, Samuel T. Hirzel, Thomas J. Dougherty
Marc B. Sherman (for Dobler)<br>Kenneth D. Gartrell (for Montgomery)
Jacobs

Summary

Verizon Inc. had offered to buy MCHC’s majority holder, Palmer Wireless Holdings (Palmer), if Verizon’s initial public offering was successful and if Palmer could acquire 100% of the stock in all of the companies it held.
Montgomery Cellular Holding Co., Inc. v. Dobler
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Verizon Inc. had offered to buy MCHC’s majority holder, Palmer Wireless Holdings (Palmer), if Verizon’s initial public offering was successful and if Palmer could acquire 100% of the stock in all of the companies it held.