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Musk: Feared or Loved? Delaware Chancery Court’s Controlling Shareholder Doctrine and the Expansion of Judicial Inquiry into Directorial Decision Making
In Delaware, there is no answer to whether a defendant’s “soft power alone, anchored in historical and commercial ties” can …
The Hedge Fund Activism of Engine No. 1
On the eightieth anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 2021, Engine No. 1 stormed into the world …
The President as CEO: Executive Privilege and Corporate Law
On January 6, 2021, a violent mob attacked the U.S. Capitol after being told by then-President Donald Trump that the …
DOJ Files Antitrust Suit Against American Airlines and JetBlue
On September 21, 2021, the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a civil antitrust suit against American Airlines (“American”) and JetBlue …
The Wireless Investors Movement
The UChiBLR Editorial Board is delighted to present our inaugural article by guest academics. As Web3 promises to reestablish the …
A Sea of Change in Delaware Corporate Dilution Claims
Earlier this year, the Supreme Court of Delaware decided Brookfield Asset Mgmt. v. Rosson,1No. 406, 2020, 2021 WL 4260639 (Del. …
Vaccines at 31,000 feet: Collective Bargaining, Labor Disputes, and Southwest Airlines’ Vaccine Mandate
Southwest Airlines (“SWA”), the low-cost carrier renowned for its forward-thinking workplace culture of levity and employee empowerment, has found itself …
Delaware Supreme Court Clarifies Demand Futility Lawsuits in United Food and Commercial Workers v. Zuckerberg
The Delaware Supreme Court recently clarified its demand futility jurisprudence, an area of Delaware corporate law that has confused members …
A Settled Case and an Unsettled Law: The Reform Act’s Discovery-Stay at the Supreme Court
Discovery is “both a tool for uncovering facts essential to accurate adjudication, and a weapon capable of imposing large and …
Why IP Waivers Are Not the Best Option for the COVID-19 Vaccine
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, South Africa and India have asked the World Trade Organization (“WTO”) to waive …