• Delaware Court of Chancery
  • D66359
  • Jun 20 2014 (Date Decided)
Stockholder who, with an attorney's assistance, presented a pre-suit letter to a corporation demanding compliance with "Say-On-Pay" provisions of the Dodd-Frank statute and who thereafter obtained compliance with his demand was not entitled to reimbursement for attorneys fees under the corporate benefit doctrine in the absence of any showing that a meritorious claim existed when he wrote his letter. Defendant's motion to dismiss granted.

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