Securities Lawsuit Filed Based on Reports of Alleged Inappropriate Office Relationship

In several recent conversations, I have been asked whether I thought that the whole #MeToo movement might have more or less played out, and that we might not be seeing as many, or even any, more D&O claims based on underlying allegations of sexual misconduct. In response, I said that I didn’t think the phenomenon had played out but I did suggest that I thought that the phenomenon might be shifting and that the kinds of underlying allegations would change. Although it does not represent exactly the kind of thing I had in mind, a new securities class action lawsuit filed against Teladoc Health and based on alleged misconduct of one of its senior executives does at least represent a variant on the kinds of D&O claims following in the wake of allegations of sexual misconduct.   Background Teladoc Health, Inc. provides telehealth services worldwide. Its shares trade on the New York Stock Exchange. On December 5, 2018, Southern Investigative Reporting Foundation (a…

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