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Ultra Vires Actions, Corporate & Business Litigation

There’s a general principle in corporate and business litigation — the “business judgment rule” — which generally means that courts will not interfere in the management of the internal affairs of a corporation.¬†Golden v. St. Joseph Milke Producers’ Association, 420 S.W.2d 31, 33 (Mo. Ct. App. 1967). For the Court to intervene, there must be […]

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Business Judgment Rule

In Missouri, the “Business Judgment Rule” is a legal principle which protects directors and officers of a corporation from liability for decisions made within the director’s or officer’s authority that are made in good faith and uninfluenced by any other consideration than the honest belief that the action serves the best interests of the corporation.¬†Betty […]

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