A recent Chancery Court decision underscores the broad scope of a director's right to information, even where he is a plaintiff in litigation action against the corporation. In Kalisman v. Friedman, C.A. No. 8447-VCL (Del. Ch. Apr. 17, 2013), the court held that a corporation could not assert the attorney-client privilege or work-product doctrine to withhold documents from a director who had been frozen out of the deliberative process on a controversial recapitalization plan.
Chancery Affirms Director's Right of Access to Corporate Information
Delaware Business Court Insider
May 8, 2013
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