An increasing number of shareholder lawsuits alleging that Delaware corporations are publishing false or misleading proxy information are being filed in other jurisdictions and often resolved by appl
The third proxy season of the Dodd-Frank Act's mandatory shareholder "say-on-pay" advisory votes is well underway, and "round two" of shareholder say-on-pay litigation is in full swing
The Delaware Court of Chancery has ordered Wal-Mart to release internal documents detailing its directors' knowledge of allegations that the company's Mexican affiliate, Walmex, bribed government off
Originally Published: Delaware Business Court Insider
...Lee; and Michael J. Hynes, a partner with Faruqi & Faruqi, were recently elected to the Public Interest Law...
...amp; Rhoads. The bar association competition was won by Neill Clark of Faruqi & Faruqi for the 14th consecutive time and Harvey, who won the...
An Allegheny County judge has refused to approve a settlement between Monroeville, Pa.-based Parkvale Financial Corp. and a proposed class of the company's shareholders, saying the agreement would be
...Two were filed by David Leventhal, a partner at New York's Faruqi & Faruqi, on Aug. 16, and Bernard Persky, co-chairman of the...
A federal judge has dealt a major setback to the "indirect purchaser" plaintiffs in the massive antitrust litigation over the marketing of Wellbutrin XL, a popular antidepressant drug, by tossing out
Shalom Stone, a Republican lawyer from New Jersey, is the White House choice to fill Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr.'s seat on the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
...Quitt of Harwood Feffer in New York and Jacob A. Goldberg of Faruqi & Faruqi in Elkins Park, Pa. The fees were justified, Baylson...
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