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Delaware Supreme Court’s Response to Chancery for Turning Away Stockholder’s Claims

Despite being one of the more well-known doctrines in corporate law, the rule articulated in Blasius [1]—that directors who act with the primary purpose of interfering with a stockholder vote must have a compelling justification for their conduct—has received little attention from the Delaware Supreme Court...

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