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Court Of Chancery Declines Mootness Fee

Posted In Class Actions
In re Zalicus Inc. Stockholders Litigation, C.A. 9602-CB (January 16, 2015) The Court of Chancery has again declined to dismiss a class action without notice to the class that the plaintiff's attorney is to be paid a so-called "mootness fee."  That is a too-clever attempt to avoid having the court actually look at how much is being paid to the lawyer who files an action attacking a transaction and then gives up the suit after some sort of additional disclosure is made that she argues makes the case "moot."  Instead, the Court wants notice to be given to the stockholders. Share
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