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Aronson v Lewis 473 A 2d 805 (Del 1984) is a US corporate law case, from Delaware concerning the possibility of a shareholder to bring a derivative suit. Contents. [hide]. 1 Facts; 2 Judgment; 3 See also; 4 Notes; 5 References; 6 External links. Facts[edit]. A shareholder claimed that the directors of Meyers Parking System ...

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473 A.2d 805 (1984). Senior ARONSON, et al., Defendants Below, Appellants, v. Harry LEWIS, Plaintiff Below, Appellee. Supreme Court of Delaware. Submitted: November 14, 1983. Decided: March 1, 1984. William T. Quillen (argued), Robert K. Payson, Peter M. Sieglaff, Potter, Anderson & Corroon, Wilmington; and Allan ...

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“Holding that plaintiff must demonstrate that directors were beholden to controlling person”In re Actions, 42 F.Supp.3d 473 (S.D.N.Y. 2012); “Holding that "the mere threat of personal liability for approving a questioned transaction, standing alone, is insufficient to challenge either the independence or disinterestedness of ...

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Citation. Aronson v. Lewis, 473 A.2d 805, 1984 Del. LEXIS 305 (Del. Mar. 1, 1984 ) Brief Fact Summary. Plaintiff, Harry Lewis, a stockholder of Meyers.