A Centene Corp. shareholder who says she is concerned about poor prison medical care delivered by Centene’s subsidiaries asked the Delaware Chancery Court to give her access to the health care company’s records so she can investigate potential wrongdoing or breaches of fiduciary duty.
McCarter & English partner Michael Kelly commented that the issues raised in the suit present “a very serious problem.”
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July 24, 2020 — Mike Kelly is quoted on Vice Chancellor’s quashing Centene’s subpoenas seeking demands for details on the source of funding for the case: Law360 (Subscription Required)
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