N.Y. State Pension Fund Sues Qualcomm over Campaign Spending
Section 220 of the Delaware General Corporation Law, which allows shareholders to sue for access to company books and records, has become a flashpoint in shareholder M&A litigation in recent years. Could the obscure Delaware statute now also become a flashpoint in the campaign to increase the transparency of corporate political contributions?
By David Bario|January 03, 2013
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