A shareholder derivative suit is a lawsuit brought by a shareholder on behalf of a
corporation against a third party. Often, the third party is an insider of the ...
Definition A shareholder derivative suit is a lawsuit brought by a shareholder on
behalf of a corporation. Generally, a shareholder can only sue on behalf of a ...
Derivative Action. A lawsuit brought by a shareholder of a corporation on its
behalf to enforce or defend a legal right or claim, which the corporation has failed
derivative action. n. a lawsuit brought by a corporation shareholder against the
directors, management and/or other shareholders of the corporation, for a failure
Robbins Arroyo LLP's shareholder derivative litigation practice has a proven
track record of protecting and enhancing shareholder rights and value, holding ...
In the case of a derivative action suit, it is not uncommon for a court to require that
the company or the shareholder filing the suit give notice to other shareholders ...
May 20, 2013 ... A shareholder acting on behalf of a corporation may bring a "derivative suit"
against corporate directors and management for fraud ...
Jan 2, 2015 ... Even if you believe that shareholder litigation is an effective means of
compensating investors for corporate misconduct, you have to wonder ...
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Jan 28, 2010 ... a. A derivative action is actually two causes of action: it is an action to compel the
corporation to sue and it is an action brought by a shareholder ...
The fact that these days virtually every public company M&A transaction draws at
least one merger objection lawsuit has provoked concern from many quarters.