The derivative lawsuit is commonly defined as a lawsuit brought by a shareholder of a corporation against the directors, management, or controlling shareholders of the corporation seeking recovery on the corporation’s behalf for breach of duty involving self-dealing, looting, waste or other wrongful conduct causing injury to the corporation.
“We put more effort into covering the Supreme Court than any other organization in American history, including ieven specialty legal publications like the American Lawyer.”
The Daily Beast is running a Q&A with Richard Posner called “How I Write.” Judge Posner is a brilliant and prolific writer. As a person who writes for a living, I was naturally intrigued.
On October 24, 2013, the Florida Supreme Court reinstated a $1.2 million final judgment awarded to a prospective client of a personal injury law firm who sat in a chair that collapsed during a consultation at the firm.
Our previews of the latest additions to the Illinois Supreme Court’s civil docket continue this morning with Nelson v. The Office of the Kendall County State’s Attorney, a case from the Second District Appellate Court. Nelson is the second case on last term’s civil grants list relating to the state Freedom of Information Act.