Delaware Deal Litigation: What You Missed In Q2

Law360, New York (July 2, 2013, 2:35 PM EDT) -- It was a blockbuster quarter in the Delaware courts, with noteworthy rulings on single-bidder sales, controlling stockholders and a controversial effort by two companies to funnel shareholder lawsuits into a single place. 

'Only in Delaware' Bylaws Survive

The big news came late in the quarter, when Chancellor Leo E. Strine Jr. upheld bylaws from Chevron Corp. and FedEx Corp. that would require any shareholder suing over "internal matters" — encompassing most derivative and fiduciary duty claims — to do so in Delaware court.

The companies said...
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