An Introduction to the Law of Corporations: Cases and Materials
Guttman v. Huang
In Guttman, the court applies the Rales standard in the context of a Rule 23.1 Motion to Dismiss. One question the court deals with here is whether it is sufficient under Rales to merely name a director as a defendant in a complaint in order to establish that the director is interested to the extent that the director cannot fairly decide on a demand.
823 A.2d 492
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