An Introduction to the Law of Corporations: Cases and Materials
DGCL Sec. 327 - Derivative actions
In order to have standing in derivative litigation, a stockholder must have already been a stockholder at the time of the bad act that gave rise to the litigation. This requirement prevents people from observing some bad act and then buying into a lawsuit.
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