As we noted earlier this week, pleading standards have gotten a lot tougher in product liability cases.

Now, we have news of an options backdating derivative suit dismissed on pleadings grounds. In a July 31 opinion, federal district court Judge Richard Leon of the District of Columbia dismissed with prejudice a derivative suit filed over backdating practices at a company called ePlus, which was represented by Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.

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