The Derivative Action is brought derivatively
on behalf of ImmunoCellular and alleges that the Individual Defendants breached their fiduciary duties by knowingly or recklessly making and/or causing ImmunoCellular to make false and misleading statements of material fact to the investing public and by engaging and/or causing ImmunoCellular to engage in an improper stock promotion scheme.
It seems clear that in order to avoid Pareto-dominated outcomes, agents should avoid derivatively
dominated strategies because this type of strategy always leads to that type of outcome.
In principle, it might be said that relational considerations count for decisions on moral distribution to the extent that they owe their legitimacy to prioritarian considerations--that is, considerations on moral distribution might be fundamentally prioritarian, only derivatively
Derivative Classification: "[T]he incorporating, paraphrasing, restating, or generating in new form information that is already classified, and marking the newly developed material consistent with the classification markings that apply to the source information." (112) For example, a motion incorporating classified information that was originally classified Secret by an original classification authority would be derivatively
classified Secret because it contains that classified material.
Bellis exception derivatively
supports extending Fifth Amendment
In particular, they seek to alter the power structure in order to grant investors more of a say in corporate decision making, at least with respect to the derivatively
asserted claims (67).
Similarly, let's call a "mass-process language" one that first and principally directs its speakers to see the world as mass, process, genus if you like, and then only secondarily or derivatively
to allow for talk of individuals.
she is not derivatively
liable under section 8 of the Act of 1861.
Similarly, firms targeted in class actions, which were a subset of the firms sued derivatively
, show more egregious patterns of backdating than firms subject only to derivative claims and also larger stock price drops when backdating activity was revealed.
[section]617.0304(2) the actions of the board may only be legally challenged by 1) a member against the corporation; 2) the corporation, directly, derivatively
, or through a receiver, trustee, or other legal representative, or through members in a representative suit, against an incumbent or former officer, employee, or agent of the corporation; or 3) by the attorney general, to dissolve the corporation or to enjoin the corporation from the transaction of unauthorized business.
(7) Thus, EUCOM and derivatively
USAREUR, now had a RAF Brigade and a RAF Division Headquarters allocated or aligned to their area of responsibility (AOR).
She said only shareholders may sue derivatively
and not individually.