The Delaware Court of Chancery, in In re Terraform Power, Inc. Stockholders Litigation, C.A. No. 2019-0757-SG (consol.), memo. op. (Del. Ch. Oct. 30, 2020), found former stockholders who asserted purportedly dual-natured claims challenging a dilutive stock issuance under John A. Gentile, et al. v. Pasquale David Rossette, et al., No. 573, 2005, opinion (Del. Aug. 17, 2006), retained standing following a merger that extinguished plaintiffs’ derivative standing, rejecting the argument that recent precedent has rendered Gentile non-controlling.

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