The Delaware Chancery Court has refused to dismiss part of a shareholder suit targeting board approval of a self-interested transaction setting the compensation structure for Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s non-employee directors.

Vice Chancellor Sam Glasscock III on May 31 expressed his reservations that investor allegations of excessive compensation were “not particularly strong,” but nonetheless nixed the Goldman board’s request to toss the suit under the director-friendly business judgment rule.

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