Delaware – All Cases

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City of Roseville Employees’ Retirement System, et al. v. Ellison, et al.

Jurisdiction: Del. Ch.

City: Wilmington

Case Status: Resolved

Derivative action challenging the acquisition by Oracle Corporation of Pillar Data Systems, Inc., a company majority-owned and controlled by Larry Ellison, the CEO and largest shareholder of Oracle, which led to a settlement valued at $440 million, one of the larger derivative settlements in the history of the Court of Chancery.

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In re Genentech, Inc. Shareholder Litig.

Jurisdiction: Del. Ch.

City: Wilmington

Case Status: Resolved

Shareholder class action challenging Roche Holding’s buyout of Genentech, Inc., which resulted in a settlement providing for, among other things, an additional $4 billion in consideration paid to the minority shareholders of Genentech, Inc.

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Louisiana Municipal Police Employees Retirement System v. Bergstein, et al.

Jurisdiction: Del. Ch.

City: Wilmington

Case Status: Resolved

Derivative suits against Simon Property Group Inc.’s board for granting an improper retention award to the Company’s CEO and illegal amendments to the Company’s stock incentive plan. The action concluded with the extraordinary result of the stockholders obtaining all of the relief requested.

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In re TriCor Indirect Purchasers Antitrust Litig.

Jurisdiction: D. Del.

City: Wilmington

Case Status: Resolved

Obtained a $65.7 million settlement on behalf of consumers and third-party payors who claimed that the manufacturers of a cholesterol drug engaged in anticompetitive conduct designed to keep generic versions off of the market.

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In re Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold Inc.

Jurisdiction: Del. Ch.

City: Dover

Case Status: Resolved

Derivative action arising out of Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold Inc.’s acquisition agreement. The settlement created a benefit for Freeport and its shareholders valued at nearly $154 million, one of the largest stockholder derivative settlements and also believed to be the first to ensure the benefits of such a settlement flow to stockholders in the form of a cash dividend.

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Chester County Retirement System v. Joshua L. Collins, et. al.

Jurisdiction: Del. Ch.

City: Wilmington

Case Status: Pending

This class action filed by C&T challenges the sale process and price of Blount to a financial buyout group, the terms of the Merger Agreement, and the disclosure of information to Blount’s unaffiliated stockholders voting to approve the sale or seeking appraisal.

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In re Wilmington Trust Securities Litig.

Jurisdiction: D. Del.

City: Wilmington

Case Status: Pending

C&T is liaison counsel in this ongoing  securities class action on  behalf of investors alleging that Wilmington Trust concealed the drastic deterioration of its loan portfolio and improperly accounted for the value of its loans, and issued untrue statements in connection with the Company’s February 23, 2010 public equity offering.

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 In re Sanchez Energy Derivative Litig.

Jurisdiction: Del. Ch.

City: Georgetown

Case Status: Pending

C&T is co-lead counsel in this ongoing derivative class action alleging wrongdoing by the Sanchez Energy directors for causing the Company to acquire an interest in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale from Sanchez Resources LLC, an entity affiliated with Sanchez Energy’s CEO and Executive Chairman at a grossly excessive price and at the expense of Sanchez Energy.