Articles from July 2010

US SUPREME COURT SIDES WITH EMPLOYER IN EMPLOYEE PRIVACY CASE

Date: July 22nd, 2010
Categories: Employment Law

Last month, I posted an article discussing a general trend in the courts recognizing greater privacy rights for employees using employer-provided technology, despite employers’ policies advising employees they had no reasonable expectation of privacy in communications made using employer-provided technology. One of the cases I discussed, … Read More »

DELAWARE COURT OF CHANCERY RULES PREFERRED STOCKHOLDERS CAN BRING STOCKHOLDER DERIVATIVE ACTIONS

Date: July 1st, 2010
Categories: Corporate Law

In MCG Capital Corp. v. Maginn (Del. Ch., Civil Action No. 4521-CC, May 5, 2010), the Delaware Court of Chancery decided the first case to come before it directly addressing the standing of a preferred stockholder of a Delaware corporation to bring a stockholder derivative … Read More »