The recent Delaware Supreme Court decision of Weinstein Enterprises, Inc. v. Orloff, discusses the recent amendment to Section 220 of the Delaware General Corporation Law regarding the right of a stockholder in a parent corporation to inspect the books of a subsidiary. In the first interpretation of the recent amendment of Section 220(b)(2), the court determined that unless the parent is capable of compelling the subsidiary to produce the documents, the stockholder of the parent corporation is not entitled generally to inspect the books and records of that subsidiary. The case discusses the analysis that needs to apply to a determination of the categorization of an entity as a subsidiary and the determination of whether a parent corporation has control for purposes of the statute.