This issue focuses on important, developing areas of Delaware corporation law and deal litigation, including court assessments on whether a director is sufficiently disinterested and independent to consider a demand impartially, effective mechanisms to fix issues and obtain validation of corporate acts, and guidance on the "credible basis" standard in books-and-records demands.
- Q&A With Delaware Litigation Partner Ed Micheletti
- Delaware Supreme Court Examines Director Disinterestedness, Independence
- Sections 204 and 205 of Delaware Corporation Law: Effective Tools to Remedy Defective Corporate Acts
- Court of Chancery Provides Guidance on 'Credible Basis' Standard for Obtaining Books
- The Continuing Evolution of Corwin in Delaware Courts