Securities practice portfolio series ; 290. 2372-1529
"... explores all facets of derivative litigation. The portfolio begins by distinguishing between direct and derivative claims and goes on to discuss some common requirements for derivative complaints. The statute of limitations for a derivative complaint is explored next, followed by discussions of standing and demand. Next, the authors discuss special litigation committees and multi-forum and multi-case litigation. Finally, settlements and attorneys' fees and issues surrounding ethics and privilege are explored."
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Detailed analysis. Introduction Distinguishing between direct and derivative claims Preparing the complaint Statute of limitations Standing Demand Special litigation committees Multi-forum and multi-case litigation Settlements and attorneys' fees Ethics and privilege.
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