The state House of Representatives last week unanimously approved a measure that would prevent stock corporations from enacting bylaws that impose attorney fees and costs on plaintiffs who lose after filing lawsuits alleging corporate waste or wrongdoing.

The provision was part of SB 75, the annual package of amendments to the Delaware General Corporation Law. It is now on the desk of Gov. Jack Markell, who is expected to sign it into law.

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