Derivative Litigation and the Southern Peru Judgment

What changes are anticipated in the derivative shareholder litigation landscape? That is one question explored in the session “Derivative Actions Grow Up: Are they the D&O Exposure to Watch?” at the 2013 PLUS International Conference. In the clip below, sessions panelists Gay Parks Rainville (Pepper Hamilton LLP), Steven Boughal (The Hartford), Tower C. Snow (Cooley LLP), and moderator Kevin M. LaCroix, RPLU (RT ProExec) discuss the $2+ billion Southern Peru Copper judgment.

For an in-depth look at derivative litigation and many other issues in the D&O space don’t miss the 2014 D&O Symposium, January 28 and 29 in New York City.

PLUS members can view this entire session, and many more from past PLUS Conferences and Symposia, in the PLUS Multimedia Library. Check it out today!

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