DEL. HIGH COURT'S FIRST-IMPRESSION RULING REVIVES $1.3 BILLION VIACOM MERGER SUIT Rossdeutscher v. Viacom Inc. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

DEL. HIGH COURT'S FIRST-IMPRESSION RULING REVIVES $1.3 BILLION VIACOM MERGER SUIT Rossdeutscher v. Viacom Inc. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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DEL. HIGH COURT'S FIRST-IMPRESSION RULING REVIVES $1.3 BILLION VIACOM MERGER SUIT Rossdeutscher v. Viacom Inc.

6 No. 16 ANSLRR 10Andrews Securities Litigation and Regulation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

DEL. HIGH COURT'S FIRST-IMPRESSION RULING REVIVES $1.3 BILLION VIACOM MERGER SUIT Rossdeutscher v. Viacom Inc.

6 No. 16 ANSLRR 10Andrews Securities Litigation and Regulation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

6 No. 16 Andrews Sec. Litig. & Reg. Rep. 10
Andrews Securities Litigation and Regulation Reporter
March 28, 2001
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DEL. HIGH COURT'S FIRST-IMPRESSION RULING REVIVES $1.3 BILLION VIACOM MERGER SUIT

Rossdeutscher v. Viacom Inc.

On an issue of first impression, the Delaware Supreme Court has revived a class action suit that claims media conglomerate Viacom Inc. shortchanged investors as much as $1.3 billion by inflating the price of its stock at the time it acquired...
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