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
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 ...
Jan 2, 2015 ... Even if you believe that shareholder litigation is an effective means of
compensating investors for corporate misconduct, you have to wonder ...
suit by the shareholders to compel the corporation to sue. Second, it is a suit by
the ... shareholder on behalf of a corporation, derivative suits also may be filed by
Feb 14, 2014 ... <sup>1</sup> “When a shareholder asserts a cause of action belonging to the corporation,
the shareholder must seek redress in a 'derivative' action on ...
Derivative claims present a serious exposure to directors ... Dictionary, the term
refers to “a suit by a shareholder to ... An action is a derivative action when the.
They can also bring a shareholder derivative lawsuit, in which shareholders sue
company management on behalf of all shareholders. Each type of legal action ...
In a January 22, 2016 Delaware Court of Chancery decision that likely will prove
to be significant because of the light it sheds on the future of disclosure-only ...