COURT HOLDS FEE-SHIFTING BYLAWS DO NOT APPLY TO FORMER SHAREHOLDERS Strougo v. Hollander | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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COURT HOLDS FEE-SHIFTING BYLAWS DO NOT APPLY TO FORMER SHAREHOLDERS Strougo v. Hollander

29 No. 19 WJDEC 8By Pamela Park, Senior Content Writer, Westlaw Daily BriefingWestlaw Journal Delaware Corporate (Approx. 3 pages)

COURT HOLDS FEE-SHIFTING BYLAWS DO NOT APPLY TO FORMER SHAREHOLDERS Strougo v. Hollander

29 No. 19 WJDEC 8By Pamela Park, Senior Content Writer, Westlaw Daily BriefingWestlaw Journal Delaware Corporate (Approx. 3 pages)

29 No. 19 Westlaw Journal Delaware Corporate 8
Westlaw Journal Delaware Corporate
*1 March 30, 2015
Fee-shifting Bylaws
By Pamela Park, Senior Content Writer, Westlaw Daily Briefing
Copyright © 2015 Thomson Reuters .

COURT HOLDS FEE-SHIFTING BYLAWS DO NOT APPLY TO FORMER SHAREHOLDERS

Strougo v. Hollander

While the future of fee-shifting bylaws remains uncertain, the Delaware Court of Chancery has clarified that such bylaws cannot apply to a shareholder plaintiff who no longer owns an equity interest in the company.
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