INVESTORS SAY HOTEL CHAIN CEO WILL PROFIT AT THEIR EXPENSE IN SALE Jolly Roger Fund v. John Q. Hammons Hotels | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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INVESTORS SAY HOTEL CHAIN CEO WILL PROFIT AT THEIR EXPENSE IN SALE Jolly Roger Fund v. John Q. Hammons Hotels

19 No. 9 ANDECLR 9Andrews Delaware Corporate Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

INVESTORS SAY HOTEL CHAIN CEO WILL PROFIT AT THEIR EXPENSE IN SALE Jolly Roger Fund v. John Q. Hammons Hotels

19 No. 9 ANDECLR 9Andrews Delaware Corporate Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

19 No. 9 Andrews Del. Corp. Litig. Rep. 9
Andrews Delaware Corporate Litigation Reporter
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INVESTORS SAY HOTEL CHAIN CEO WILL PROFIT AT THEIR EXPENSE IN SALE

Jolly Roger Fund v. John Q. Hammons Hotels

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Offshore investment fund Jolly Roger Fund LP claims that the CEO of John Q. Hammons Hotels Inc. will use his controlling stake to pirate the value of the luxury hotel chain in a going-private sale of the company that will force the minority...
(Class Action Complaint), Trial Pleading (October 19, 2004)
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