Kelly and Rusk Comment on Implications of In re Mindbody, Inc. Stockholders Litigation Decision
In a Special Commentary to the 2021 Spring edition of CSC’s Delaware Laws Governing Business Annotated, Chris Kelly and Dan Rusk explore the far-reaching ramifications of the Delaware Court of Chancery’s In re Mindbody, Inc. Stockholders Litigation decision. The commentary, “In re Mindbody, Inc. Stockholders Litigation: Delaware Court of Chancery Rules ‘Paradigmatic Revlon Claim’ Not Cleansed by Corwin Doctrine,” offers an analysis of the decision as well as key practice pointers.
Kelly focuses his practice on complex litigation and counseling matters involving Delaware corporations and alternative entities. His experience includes stockholder class and derivative actions, takeover disputes, limited partnership and limited liability company litigation, internal corporate investigations, buyer/seller disputes, federal securities lawsuits, and statutory proceedings under the Delaware General Corporation Law and alternative entity acts, such as dissolution actions, stock appraisals, indemnification and advancement actions, contested director elections, and demands to inspect books and records.
Rusk is an associate in the firm’s Corporate Litigation Group. His practice focuses primarily on corporate and commercial litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery.
The 2021 Spring edition also includes in-depth legal analyses by noted Potter Anderson partners and authors Matt O'Toole and Mike Maxwell.