Shareholder Derivative Actions: Law and Practice
is a comprehensive treatise that will help you formulate effective strategies regarding shareholder derivative suits, become more adept at anticipating adversarial actions, and develop successful alternatives. It was cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in the 1991 landmark case of Kamen v. Kemper Financial Services, Inc.
This title contains in-depth analysis of the use of litigation committees, imposition of demand requirements, and interpretation of recent statutory amendments affecting a director's liability. Plus, you'll find insights on relationships with counsel and expenses of litigation, as well as dismissal, settlement, and remedies. The volume also features:
- Charts that clearly and concisely present information
- Statutes and rules for each state, to facilitate quick comparisons