NEW YORK, Aug. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Halper Sadeh LLP, a global investor rights law firm, is investigating whether the sale of BMC Stock Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: BMCH) to Builders FirstSource, Inc. is fair to BMC shareholders. On behalf of BMC shareholders, Halper Sadeh LLP may seek increased consideration for shareholders, additional disclosures and information concerning the proposed transaction, or other relief and benefits.
Under the terms of the agreement, BMC shareholders will receive 1.3125 shares of Builders FirstSource common stock for each share of BMC common stock. Upon completion of the merger, Builders FirstSource shareholders will own approximately 57% of the combined company while BMC shareholders will own approximately 43% of the combined company.
If you are a BMC shareholder and would like to discuss your legal rights and options, please visit BMC Merger or contact Daniel Sadeh or Zachary Halper at (212) 763-0060 or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The investigation concerns whether BMC and its board of directors violated the federal securities laws and/or breached their fiduciary duties to shareholders by failing to: (1) obtain the best possible consideration for BMC shareholders; (2) determine whether Builders FirstSource is underpaying for BMC; and (3) disclose all material information necessary for BMC shareholders to adequately assess and value the proposed transaction.
If you are a BMC shareholder and would like to discuss your legal rights and options, please visit https://halpersadeh.com/actions/bmc-stock-holdings-inc-bmch-stock-merger-builders-firstsource/ or contact Daniel Sadeh or Zachary Halper at (212) 763-0060 or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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