Written over fifty years ago, Justice Carter’s Hogan dissent championed the rights of individuals with corporate investments to sue dishonest corporate officials through derivative lawsuits. His emphasis on justice and fairness for shareholders established Justice Carter as a visionary in the area of corporate ethics. Unfortunately, as the scandals of the modern era have demonstrated, many of Justice Carter’s concerns for shareholders remain justified.
Benedetto Neitz, Michele, "The Plight of the Derivative Plaintiff: Justice Carter’s Dissent in Hogan v. Ingold" (2010). Publications. 179.