The decision in The American Bottling Company v. BA Sports (“American Bottling”)[1] demonstrates that in the context of anti-assignment or change of control provisions, prohibitions against “indirect transfers” (such as those occurring at an entity’s great-grandparent level) are not necessarily triggered by changes at the parent level.  This ruling from the Delaware Superior Court, which applied Illinois law, tracks similar rulings applying Delaware law.[2]

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