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. A shareholder claimed that the directors of Meyers Parking System ...
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 ...
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.
JUDGES. Andrew G. T. Moore. ATTORNEY(S). William T. Quillen (argued), Robert K. Payson, Peter M. Sieglaff, Potter, Anderson Corroon, Wilmington; and Allan M. Pepper, Michael D. Braff, Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays Handler, New York City, for appellants. Joseph A. Rosenthal (argued), Morris Rosenthal, P.A., ...
Dec 12, 2017 ... Senior ARONSON, et al., Defendants Below, Appellants, v. Harry LEWIS, Plaintiff Below, Appellee. 3 ... Thus, the board could not have impartially considered and acted upon the demand. See Lewis v. Aronson, Del.Ch., 466 A.2d 375, 381 ( 1983). 9 ... The plaintiff, Harry Lewis, is a stockholder of Meyers.