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Court Of Chancery Explains Conspiracy Theory Of Jurisdiction

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Virtus Capital L.P. v. Eastman Chemical Company, C.A. 9808-VCL (February 11, 2015) This is a very useful decision because of its detailed explanation of the conspiracy theory of jurisdiction, which was first adopted in the famous Istituto Bancario case. As the decision makes clear, breaches of fiduciary duty claims are particularly suited for that theory and do not violate the corporate shield doctrine. Share

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