BLB&G Partner Ed Timlin Interviewed for ABA's Litigation Section Podcast on the Delaware Supreme Court's Recent Zuckerberg Decision
March 24, 2022
BLB&G Partner Ed Timlin was recently interviewed by the American Bar Association's Litigation podcast, presented by the Class Actions and Derivative Committee (CADS). The episode, “UFCW v. Zuckerberg and the New Standard for Demand Futility,” features a discussion between CADS co-chair Adam Polk and Ed, and covers the Delaware Supreme Court's recent Zuckerberg decision, in which the Court reimagines the decades-old standard for establishing demand futility.
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