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Table 2 repeats the means for premiums offered by category of operation, based on the data analyzed in the preceding sections: tender offers in cash under the normal and simplified proceedings, tender offers in shares in the normal proceedings, tender offers in cash under the simplified proceedings, tender offers under the normal proceedings, squeeze-outs and all tender offers (except those in shares under the simplified proceedings).
The action taken by the Board of Directors is designed to protect the long-term value of the shareholders' investment in WatchGuard, to assure that all shareholders receive fair and equal treatment in the event of any proposed takeover, and to guard against partial tender offers, squeeze-outs, open market accumulations, and other coercive tactics to gain control of WatchGuard without paying all shareholders a fair control premium.
The Rights Plan also continues to assure that all of the Company's stockholders receive fair and equal treatment in the event of any proposed takeover of the Company and to guard against partial tender offers, squeeze-outs, open market accumulations and other abusive tactics to gain control of the Company without addressing the legitimate interests of the Company and its stockholders.
The Rights Agreement is also designed to assure that Digimarc's stockholders receive equal treatment in the event of any proposed takeover of Digimarc, and to guard against partial tender offers, squeeze-outs and other abusive tactics to gain control of Digimarc that could impair the ability of the Board of Directors to effectively represent stockholders' interests," added Davis.
Forsythe stated: "Like our prior rights plan, the Rights Plan adopted today is designed to assure that all of the Company's shareholders receive fair and equal treatment in the event of any proposed takeover of the Company and to guard against partial tender offers, squeeze-outs, open market accumulations and other abusive tactics to gain control of the Company without paying all shareholders a control premium.