A strategy utilized by the target company to avoid a hostile takeover. This anti-takeover strategy includes the passing a provision that stops any shareholder with more than 10% shares from converting securities such as convertible bonds, warrants, and convertible preferred stock into a voting stock. Lobster trap prevents big shareholders from adding to their voting stock position and facilitating takeover of the target firm. The term derived from traps that aim to catch large lobsters.
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