City of Miami General Employees and Sanitation Employees Retirement Trust v. Comstock, C.A. 9980-CB (August 24, 2016)

This decision applies the Corwin doctrine to dismiss a suit attacking a merger that received stockholder approval. It explains that approval by a fully-informed, uncoerced majority of disinterested and independent stockholders invokes the business judgment rule standard of review – leaving waste as the only grounds to attack the transaction. Interestingly, the decision still examined whether the plaintiffs had alleged a basis for entire fairness review. Here, those allegations concerned whether a majority of the directors were either self-interested in the transaction or were manipulated by improper conduct.