...may receive a fraction of your claim. Bankruptcy, or the threat of bankruptcy, is often invoked in an attempt to shift the balance...
Illegal conduct in one industry sector does not provide a credible basis for shareholders to allege wrongdoing or mismanagement against a specific company, the Delaware Court of Chancery has ruled
Originally Published: Delaware Business Court Insider
...148; that pose the biggest threats to businesses in terms of...and four times as much insider trading as unaffected employees. ...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
In July 1993, when I joined The Legal Intelligencer, the economy was still recovering from a recession, health care and gay rights were divisive issues and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was embroile
...the transfer was made to or for the benefit of an "insider" of the debtor, within the year prior to the petition date...
...warned to take a "when, not if" approach to these threats. In light of this reality of modern life, more and...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
...executive survey that also shows corporations facing a rising tide of insider threats. The sixth annual Global Fraud Survey from Kroll Advisory...
The Delaware Supreme Court's decision to publicly rebuke Delaware Court of Chancery Chancellor Leo E. Strine Jr. has reminded some court watchers of previous tension between the two institutions. Alt
This past August, my uncle married his partner in a small ceremony at their home in New York. For me, the most powerful moment of the day was when the rabbi announced, to great acclaim by all, that s
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