|By PR Newswire||
|March 12, 2014 08:30 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Harwood Feffer LLP (www.hfesq.com) is investigating potential claims against the board of directors of EPL Oil & Gas, Inc. ("EPL" or the "Company") (NYSE: EPL) concerning the proposed acquisition of the Company by Energy XXI Ltd. ("XXI").
Under the terms of the proposed transaction, EPL will be acquired by XXI. EPL shareholders will receive $39 per share of EPL owned.
Our investigation concerns whether the EPL board of directors is fulfilling its fiduciary duties, maximizing the value of the Company, disclosing all material benefits and costs, and obtaining full and fair consideration for Company shareholders.
If you own EPL shares and wish to discuss this matter with us, or have any questions concerning your rights and interests with regard to this matter, please contact:
Benjamin I. Sachs-Michaels, Esq.
Robert I. Harwood, Esq.
Harwood Feffer LLP
488 Madison Avenue
New York, New York 10022
Phone Numbers: (877) 935-7400
Email: [email protected]
Harwood Feffer has been representing individual and institutional investors for many years, serving as lead counsel in numerous cases in federal and state courts. Please visit the Harwood Feffer LLP website (http://www.hfesq.com) for more information about the firm.
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