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Delaware — Palisades Capital II, LP v. Backer, No. 2019-0931, decided March 26, 2020. The Delaware Chancery Court held that an email sent from a stockholder’s lawyer to the corporation’s counsel requesting counsel take actions to facilitate a stockholder consent to appoint a director was neither a vote nor a valid consent. The General Corporation Law requires a meeting for a vote to be valid and a request to take an action, rather than executing an action, is not a valid consent.