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Shareholder Lawsuits: Goals and Limitations

Lecture no. 7 from the course: Law School for Everyone: Corporate Law

Shareholder Lawsuits: Goals and Limitations

Taught by Professor George S. Geis | 29 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Professional Development Courses

Why—and how—do shareholder lawsuits come about? Who gets to control the litigation of them? What can corporations do to get rid of pesky cases that aren’t in the best interest of most shareholders? More generally, how do boards of directors delegate governance? Tackle these and other questions in this lecture.

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