Plaintiffs lawyers say they've been getting mixed messages from Delaware judges about how thoroughly they should investigate shareholder derivative claims. If they rush to sue, judges sometimes hold it against them. But if they take their time and first demand to see a company's books and records, judges may not save them a seat at the table.
Shut Out from Freeport M&A Case, Plaintiffs Seek Help from Delaware High Court
The Litigation Daily
February 6, 2013
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