Investor Wants Access To Vodka Maker's Books

Law360, Wilmington (December 18, 2012, 9:34 PM EST) -- A Central European Distribution Corp. shareholder demanded access to the vodka producer's books and records Monday, asking a Delaware court to compel production of internal documents as he looks to plumb the depths of the liquor giant's accounting and financial woes.

The complaint says CEDC should be forced to turn over internal documents relating to the conduct of its executives and directors after improperly denying a request made directly to the company. Shareholder Joseph Z. Khakshour first asked to inspect the company's books in June, he...
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