A shareholder is an investor who legally owns one or more shares of stock therefore having a vested interest in profitability and corporate governance.
The Delaware Chancery Court recently addressed a novel question that bordered on the metaphysical (or, perhaps more appropriately, the absurd): May a party designate a corporation to serve as an expert witness? Continue reading to learn how the court handled this peculiar expert witness request.
An expert in corporate governance of stock repurchase plans was needed in a dispute alleging breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and fraud in connection with the duty of care owed by a corporate board of directors in approval of a sharehold
A board governance expert was needed for a shareholders derivative action.
A corporate accounting expert with knowledge of the semiconductor industry was needed for a shareholder derivative suit.
An incentive compensation expert with experience evaluating executive compensation and management incentive plans was needed for a shareholder derivative suit.