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Eastern has issued this announcement in response to three class action complaints to accommodate the scheduling of court proceedings, to complete the work of the Special Litigation Committee appointed by Eastern's board to evaluate the merits of the claims asserted, and to facilitate ongoing discussions with the plaintiffs to globally resolve the pending actions or secure their dismissal.
Through the formation of a Special Litigation Committee (SLC), a company can maintain control over--and sometimes even bar--derivative lawsuits.
Sheehan also conducts corporate internal investigations and represents Special Litigation Committees on behalf of major corporations, including Fortune 500 companies, and white collar criminal matters.
CHAPTER 8 Board Responses in Demand-Excused Cases: The Special Litigation Committee
The group has represented clients before the DOJ, SEC, World Bank, and other bodies, and has performed special board committee investigations and internal investigations for companies, boards of directors, audit committees, and special litigation committees.
The final step for the Special Litigation Committee is to prepare an investigation report.
and New York offices, where he focused his practice on conducting internal investigations for companies, audit committees, special committees, and special litigation committees, and representing both companies and individuals in white-collar criminal investigations.
Along with the vote, Cato management pushed through a resolution for the formation of a special litigation committee, refusing to include current Cato board members, former United States Solicitor General Ted Olson and Judge Andrew Napolitano, for membership on the committee.