Pastore & Dailey successfully defended against multiple rounds of dispositive motions seeking the dismissal of a complaint filed in California state court against certain former officers and directors of a publicly traded company, as well as prevailed in motion practice seeking the dismissal of certain of defendants’ counter-claims. The defendants in this action were represented by a prominent national firm, and were alleged to have, among other things, breached their duties owed to the company, and committed corporate waste, during their time as directors and/or officers. Subsequent to prevailing at the dispositive motion stage of the litigation, a favorable settlement was obtained on behalf of the client corporation.
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