derivative action


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derivative action

[də′riv·əd·iv ‚ak·shən]
(control systems)
Control action in which the speed at which a correction is made depends on how fast the system error is increasing. Also known as derivative compensation; rate action.
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YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the parties to the above-captioned stockholder derivative action (the "Action"), which consist of (a) plaintiff-The Police Retirement System of St.
Schweitzer, relied on a forum selection provision in Fairway s certificate of incorporation making the Delaware Court of Chancery the exclusive forum for derivative actions and other actions involving the internal affairs of Delaware corporations.
Japanese shareholders suddenly found themselves as strange bedfellows with their American counterparts as the only shareholders of listed companies in the world that utilized the derivative action on a regular basis.
worse, it is extremely difficult to win a derivative action because of
A Notice of Pendency and Proposed Settlement of Shareholder Derivative Actions and the Stipulation can also be accessed for viewing and/or downloading at the websites of Robbins Arroyo LLP at www.
Second, the "Derivative Action Settlement" relates to the settlement of the Derivative Action on behalf of NITG.
Written for both the expert and the novice, this book not only reviews the legal framework for derivative actions but also provides a practical guide to the application of legal principles.
THE FEDERAL COURT HAS MADE NO FINDINGS OR DETERMINATIONS RESPECTING THE MERITS OF THE FEDERAL DERIVATIVE ACTION.
Robbins Umeda LLP highlights that Sanchez Energy shareholders have the option to file a shareholder derivative action to hold those officers and directors accountable for damaging the company.
You may obtain a copy of the full Notice of Pendency of Derivative Action, Proposed Settlement of Derivative Action, and Settlement Hearing at www.
Robbins Umeda LLP highlights that Big Lots shareholders have the option to file a shareholder derivative action to hold those officers and directors accountable for damaging the company.
In connection with the settlement of the derivative claims, on April 5, 2012, the Judge in the United States District Court of Nevada (the "Nevada Federal Court") dismissed the federal derivative action.