Should Judges Intervene?

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Should judges be able to reject settlements between parties when the government is one of the litigants? Law.com columnist Joel Cohen weighs in.

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  • the widow Foley

    Agreed. Judges should also consider discontinuing Court reinforcement of shareholder oppression, speaking to their current role of perpetuating the "remedy" to shareholder oppression, namely a Court-ordered forced buyout at terms dictated by the majority, If my husband wanted to leave his shares to his partners, he would have. They are the only ones who have gained any benefit from them.

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