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D&O CLAIMS DON'T REQUIRE FRAUD TO TOLL STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FDIC v. Jackson

3 No. 11 ANBLLLR 9Andrews' Bank & Lender Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 4 pages)

D&O CLAIMS DON'T REQUIRE FRAUD TO TOLL STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS FDIC v. Jackson

3 No. 11 ANBLLLR 9Andrews' Bank & Lender Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 4 pages)

3 No. 11 Andrews' Bank & Lender Liab. Litig. Rep. 9
Andrews' Bank & Lender Liability Litigation Reporter
February 4, 1998
Directors & Officers Liability
Copyright (c) 1998 Andrews Publications

D&O CLAIMS DON'T REQUIRE FRAUD TO TOLL STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS

FDIC v. Jackson

The Ninth Circuit has ruled the doctrine of adverse domination, which tolls the statute of limitations for claims against corporate controlling officers and directors, isn't limited to allegations of fraudulent misconduct. FDIC v. Jackson et al.,...
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