Article by Ropes & Gray LLP Regarding Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Sole Discretion Clauses

While the authors don’t mention the Solow case that I wrote about here, it’s a good refresher that “sole discretion” clauses don’t necessarily mean what people think they mean.

New York Law Journal subscribers can read the article here.

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