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Court Of Chancery Interprets Preferred Stock Rights

Greenmont Capital Partners I LP v. Mary's Gone Crackers Inc., C.A. 7265-VCP (September 28, 2012)

This is a useful, if not surprising, example of how the Court will interpret a corporate charter regarding the rights of preferred stock.  It is also an example of the principle that if you want a veto power in the charter,  you had better be clear and complete or the charter will be changed to your detriment.

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