Saito v. McKesson

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Holding

  1. When a shareholder brings a 220 suit, they can generally only access records that have to do with incidents while they were shareholders, unless the records are reasonably related to incidents that have occurred while the shareholder had standing.
  2. A shareholder can get access to third party material that was provided to the corporation.