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Corporations - Shareholders - Right to Bring Derivative Action for Treble Damages Under Antitrust Laws
Plaintiff, owner of 50 percent of the stock in a theater corporation, brought a derivative action in federal court for treble damages for loss of profits allegedly suffered from defendant's violation of the antitrust laws. The district court sustained defendant's motion to dismiss. On appeal to the court of appeals, held, reversed and remanded. Under the new federal rules, a stockholder may bring a derivative action for treble damages under the antitrust laws. Fanchon & Marco, Inc. v. Paramount Pictures, Inc., (2d Cir. 1953) 202 F. (2d) 731.
William K. Davenport S.Ed.,
Corporations - Shareholders - Right to Bring Derivative Action for Treble Damages Under Antitrust Laws,
Mich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mlr/vol52/iss1/15
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