Don't Halt Google Workplace Misconduct Suit, Chancery Told

Law360 (August 16, 2019, 11:02 PM EDT) -- The investor who filed a derivative suit against the board for Google's parent company for alleged workplace harassment and other failings by officers told the Delaware Chancery Court on Friday it should reject a second bid to halt the case that came just weeks after the court denied the first.

In a brief opposing a bid from a special litigation committee set up by Alphabet Inc., Google's corporate parent, to freeze the case, the suing investor — pension fund Irving Firemen's Relief and Retirement Fund — took aim at that very committee, arguing it lacks independence because two of its members...

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