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In an opinion Thursday, the Delaware Supreme Court held that independent directors should be dismissed from shareholder derivative litigation - even over transactions presumptively subject to "entire fairness" review - unless plaintiffs adequately plead non-exculpated claims against them. Prior precedent suggested, and the lower courts in these consolidated appeals adopted, a transactional approach to the issue: If the transaction was subject to entire-fairness review, then all the directors presumptively remained in the case through discovery to summary judgment at ...

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