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This article examines the Delaware Supreme Court decision of Zapata Corporation v. Maldonado and attempts to determine whether the opinion is good law. The author contends that the decision will lead to more litigation as there is no clear indication as to what makes a corporation's business judgment not to pursue a court action justifiable. However, only time will tell if it is a good precedent.
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litigation, conflict resolution, fiduciary duty