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    2. Delaware Court of Chancery Holds that a Stockholder’s Disagreement with a Board’s Business Judgment and Intent to Pursue a Proxy Contest is Not a “Proper Purpose” for a Section 220 Demand

      Delaware Court of Chancery Holds that a Stockholder’s Disagreement with a Board’s Business Judgment and Intent to Pursue a Proxy Contest is Not a “Proper Purpose” for a Section 220 Demand
      ...U.S. Die Casting and Dev. Co., 687 A.2d 563, 571 (Del. 1997). It provides clarity on an important question of Delaware law and additional guidance for stockholders on what constitutes a “proper purpose” under Section 220...
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    3. Delaware Supreme Court Reverses Dismissal of Caremark Claim, Finding Lack of Board-Level Oversight and Director Independence

      Delaware Supreme Court Reverses Dismissal of Caremark Claim, Finding Lack of Board-Level Oversight and Director Independence
      ...ctor’s ability to exercise impartiality in the face of a demand to sue the CEO’s family. The current trend in Delaware case law suggests that directors with longstanding relationships to a significant shareholder, such a...
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    1. Over the past decade, Ira has developed significant experience representing creditors, debtors, mineral rights owners, upstream and midstream companies, and other industry participants in oil and gas bankruptcies and out-of-court restructurings in New York, Texas, and Delaware.
      In Blank Rome Welcomes New Partner in New York
    2. The Delaware courts are hesitant to scrutinize executive compensation decisions
      In Cablevision Wins Dismissal of Investor's Executive-Pay Suit
    3. This bill would mean many companies would not be able to take advantage of the superb expertise of the bankruptcy judges that reside in Delaware.
      In US Senators Take Aim at Delaware's Bankruptcy Advantage