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Kleinberg Kaplan’s Christopher Davis quoted in Barron’s on the ongoing Elon Musk and Twitter saga

Firm News | April 14, 2022 | Investor Activism

Christopher Davis, chair of Kleinberg Kaplan’s Investor Activism practice, was recently quoted in the Barron’s article, “The Musk-Twitter Saga Is Getting Complicated. Here’s What Legal Experts Say Could Happen Next.” Chris offers a perspective as to what may have fueled Elon Musk’s latest decisions relating to Twitter.

Chris shares, “It’s possible that Musk didn’t want to deal with the restrictions that accompany a board seat, such as board policies governing public statements and acting in the interest of all shareholders.”

Chris also emphasizes the role of Musk’s high profile by highlighting that, “If his real goal is to be the public gadfly, and satisfy his propensity to make bold public statements, I think he’s in the sweet spot right now.”

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