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In an important victory for directors and officers of a bankrupt company, a New York court...more
If a company files for bankruptcy, allegedly as a result of mismanagement, are claims brought by the bankruptcy trustee against the former management of the company covered by insurance?...more
Mary Melendrez et al., v. Superior Court of the State of California, County of Los Angeles -
COURT OF APPEAL, SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT (April 30, 2013) -
Petitioners and Plaintiffs Mary Melendrez, individually and...more
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