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Chancery Enjoins Shares Issued to Director Without Stockholder Approval

A recent Court of Chancery decision is notable for its analysis of an issuance of shares approved by a sole director–but without stockholder approval. In the matter of Applied Energetics, Inc. v. Farley, C.A. No. 2018-0489-TMR (Del. Ch. Jan. 24, 2019), the court considered a somewhat unusual set of facts that included a shell corporation, at the time of … Continue Reading

Chancery Grants Relief on Both Fiduciary Duty and Contract Claims Against Member of Joint Venture

In Re: Mobilactive Media, LLC, Consol. C.A. No. 5725-VCP (Del. Ch., Jan. 25, 2013).  What this Case is About:  This decision addresses claims between two members of a joint venture based on both breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty.  Both claims were allowed to proceed and both claims prevailed as non-duplicative.  The Court also … Continue Reading
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