A recent Order of the Delaware Court of Chancery recited the truism reflected in prior Delaware decisions that, generally speaking, unlike in some other states, Delaware does not have a standalone, conventional cause of action for stockholder oppression, per se, as contrasted with a breach of fiduciary duty claim for not acting in the best interest of a minority stockholder.  See Verdancus Advisors, LLC v. Parker Infrastructure Partners, LLC, No. 2020-0194-KSJM, Order (Del. Ch. Oct. 8, 2020). See generally, Nixon v. Blackwell, 626 A.2d 1366, 1380–81 (Del. 1993)(“[T]he entire fairness standard … is the proper judicial approach” for claims of stockholder oppression.)