In dismissing a shareholder derivative suit after a company’s special committee investigated the allegations, a Pennsylvania judge went beyond the principles outlined by the American Law Institute to look at whether an attorney can take the lead in the committee’s investigation.

In LeMenestrel v. Warden, Delaware County Judge Charles B. Burr II pointed out that there are no fixed standards for determining whether an independent committee’s investigation of alleged claims brought against a company is sufficient.

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