Plaintiffs achieved an unprecedented victory in the courts of Delaware on Monday, when the state's Supreme Court upheld a $2 billion award and attorney fees of $304 million in the Southern Peru derivative litigation. But the numbers don't capture another striking anomaly: The court failed to hold liable the parties that it thought were really responsible for the ill-fated deal at the heart of the case.
Susan Beck's Summary Judgment: The Glaring Hole in Delaware's Southern Peru Ruling
The Litigation Daily
August 29, 2012
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