Did a group of plaintiffs lawyers shirk their responsibilities by letting Bank of America off on the cheap in derivative litigation related to BofA's Merrill Lynch acquisition? Or are the plaintiffs firms leading a parallel Delaware case just miffed that the deal leaves them behind?
Delaware Plaintiffs Urge Judge to Undo $20 Million BofA Directors' Deal
The Litigation Daily
November 28, 2012
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