We previously highlighted on these pages a Delaware Supreme Court decision in Hazout v. Tsang, that expanded the orthodox interpretation of a Delaware statute with the net result of making it easier to sue in Delaware an officer or director who has agreed to serve in that capacity for a Delaware entity. Now, readers have the benefit of an expanded article I wrote on the case that appears in the current edition of the national publication of the National Association of Corporate Directors, called Directorship.

Postscript: Professor Bainbridge graciously links to this post.