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Delaware Chancery denies motion to dismiss where 'allegations as a whole suggest inequitable conduct' on the part of corporate decisionmakers

39 No. 12 WJCODL 02By Alexander H. Rahn, Esq., and Charles A. Samuelson, Esq., Hughes Hubbard & ReedWestlaw Journal Corporate Officers & Directors Liability (Approx. 4 pages)

Delaware Chancery denies motion to dismiss where 'allegations as a whole suggest inequitable conduct' on the part of corporate decisionmakers

39 No. 12 WJCODL 02By Alexander H. Rahn, Esq., and Charles A. Samuelson, Esq., Hughes Hubbard & ReedWestlaw Journal Corporate Officers & Directors Liability (Approx. 4 pages)

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Delaware Chancery denies motion to dismiss where 'allegations as a whole suggest inequitable conduct' on the part of corporate decisionmakers

Hughes Hubbard & Reed attorneys Alexander H. Rahn and Charles A. Samuelson analyze the Delaware Chancery Court's decision to dismiss a GoDaddy Inc. investor suit.
On August 24, 2023, the Delaware Chancery Court, in an opinion delivered by Vice...
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