Core Terms: counterclaim, shareholder, merger, tender offer,
omission, Exchange Act, misleading, disclosure, stock, securities laws, fiduciary
duty, particularity, disclose, derivative, offering, offeror, proxy, annual
meeting, declaratory judgment action, declaratory relief, per share, causes of
action, misrepresentation, injunctive, injunction, deceptive, untrue, pleading
requirements, liquidation, conclusory
P. Jarpe, Esq., and Brent A. Lorentz, Esq., Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A.,
Minneapolis, MN, on behalf of Plaintiffs MathStar, Inc., Perkins Capital
Management, Inc., Richard C. Perkins, Merrill A. McPeak, and Benno G. Sand.
Thomas E. Jamison, Esq., and Adam A. Gillette, Esq., Fruth Jamison &
Elsass PLLC, Minneapolis, MN, on behalf of Plaintiff Sajan, Inc.
F. Chet Taylor, Esq., Taylor Law Office, PLC, Minneapolis, MN, on behalf
of Plaintiffs Feltl and Company, John C. Feltl, and Joseph P. Sullivan.
Timothy D. Kelly, Esq., and Tracey L. Baubie, Esq., Kelly & Berens,
P.A., Minneapolis, MN; Eric M. Fogel, Esq., Schuyler, Roche, & Crisham,
P.C., Chicago, IL, on behalf of Defendant.
Judge: ANN D. MONTGOMERY, U.S. DISTRICT
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