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November 24, 2007

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» It's "Back to Cali" for Company Losing Demand for Records Case Under Section 220 from Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog
In Melzer v. CNET Networks, Inc. (Del. Ch., Nov. 21, 2007), read opinion here, the Delaware Chancery Court provides a careful review of the Delaware law relating to a shareholder's right to demand books and records under DGCL Section... [Read More]

» It's "Back to Cali" for Company Losing Demand for Records Case Under Section 220 from Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog
In Melzer v. CNET Networks, Inc., 2007 WL 4146237 (Del. Ch., Nov. 21, 2007), read opinion here, the Delaware Chancery Court provides a careful review of the Delaware law relating to a shareholder's right to demand books and records under DGCL Section ... [Read More]

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Curt Cutting

I love it; the intersection of corporate law and hip-hop. If I'm not mistaken, the Notorious B.I.G. lyrics were themselves borrowed from LL Cool J's 1989 hit "Going Back to Cali."

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