Francis Kean, in a D&O Diary guest post, discusses the U.K. High Court of Justice Chancery Division’s entry of judgment in John Michael Sharp v. Sir Maurice Victor Blank, et al., No. 2014-000292, judgment (EWHC Ch Nov. 15, 2019), (which includes a section heading that in a U.S. court decision might be called “Factual Background” instead styled “The Landscape in Broad Strokes”) finding that stockholder plaintiffs who established breaches of the duty of care in an acquisition-related lawsuit failed to establish loss causation supporting an award of damages in Pyrrhic Victory For Shareholders in Epic Credit Crunch Claim against Directors.