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  • Shareholders Seek Political Spending Receipt

    As the fall election season draws near, shareholders are increasing their demands for corporate disclosure of political spending. August 22, 2006

  • Time And Time Again

    One case Delaware's chancellor might like to have back. August 1, 2006

  • Disney's Deeper Meaning

    Chancery is proud of its time in the national spotlight. August 1, 2006

  • Legal Levity

    Chancery judges lighten the heaviness of their disputes. August 1, 2006

  • Delaware Rules

    Heated debates over governance, director independence, and executive pay will likely be resolved in Delaware's Chancery Court. August 1, 2006

  • When Is Backdating a Crime?

    The burden will be on DoJ prosecutors to prove Brocade executives deliberately misled investors. July 28, 2006

  • Barclays Free of Enron-Related Claims

    Shareholders of the energy giant had charged that the British bank helped Enron hide its debts. July 21, 2006

  • Partners in Liability?

    A recent court decision could affect the outcomes of shareholder suits against J.P. Morgan Chase and Citigroup for their roles in the Enron scandal. July 19, 2006

  • "NatWest Three" Head to US for Trial

    After futile efforts to fight extradition, three British bankers will fly to Houston this week to face fraud charges related to Enron. Their cause is creating a stir in British business and political circles. July 10, 2006

  • Lay's Death Clears His Record

    Under the "abatement doctrine," the death of former Enron Chairman Kenneth Lay wipes both his conviction and indictment from the criminal record, complicating civil suits against his estate. July 5, 2006

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