By

Yolanda C. Garcia

27 May 2021

Nevada Splits from Delaware, Applies Business Judgment Rule Broadly

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One focus of this blog has been identifying trends in other state’s corporate law that compares or contrasts with Delaware’s. Nevada in particular has long been in competition with Delaware as a potential place of incorporation. A new decision by the Nevada Supreme Court may further cement Nevada’s status as a potential competitor to Delaware for certain corporations by demonstrating the difficulty of rebutting the business judgment rule.

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05 April 2021

Latest Caremark Dismissal Reinforces High Bar for Alleging Oversight Liability and Import of Exculpatory Provisions for Corporate Directors

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The Court of Chancery’s March 30 decision in LendingClub is another example of the significant difficulty plaintiffs face in adequately alleging demand futility in the context of a derivative corporate oversight claim governed by Caremark, especially so in the face of an applicable exculpatory provision contained in a corporate charter.

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