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What is a Lobster Trap? Meaning.

A Lobster Trap is an anti-takeover strategy whereby the target firm passes a provision preventing anyone with more than 10% ownership of convertible securities (convertible bond, convertible preferred stock, or warrant) from transferring these securities to voting stock.

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