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id: 333
It is still possible to file a late claim. The court will decide whether to accept late claims or not.
Delaware court of Chancery
Court
19 Dec 2019
Class period End
07 Nov 2022
Claim deadline
Presidio agreed to pay $21.625 million to settle a securities class action lawsuit accusing the Company and its management of breaching their fiduciary duties in connection with the Merger.

The lawsuit and settlement can affect those investors who are record holders or beneficial owners of the common stock of Presidio and were cashed out of their shares of Presidio common stock (or any interest therein) at the close of the transaction on December 19, 2019.

The original complaint alleged that Cagnazzi, Presidio’s Chief Executive Officer, along with the rest of Presidio’s board of directors comprised of Steven Jay Lerner, Pankaj Patel, Todd H. Siege, Heather Berger, Christopher L. Edson, Salim Hirji, Matthew H. Nord, and Michael A. Reiss breached their fiduciary duties in connection with the Merger and that BCP and BCP’s merger.

Presidio agreed to settle with investors to avoid further litigation.
Case Status
Accepting Late Claims
Alleged Offence
Other
Suspected Party
Other
Security Type
Stocks
Trade Direction
Long
Plaintiffs
Firefighters’ Pension System of the City of Kansas City, Missouri Trust
Attorneys
Prickett, Jones & Elliott, P.A.
Judge
Hon.J. Travis Laster
Administrator
A.B. Data Ltd
Court hearing date
07 November 2022
Settlement conditions
IF YOU WERE A RECORD HOLDER OR BENEFICIAL OWNER OF THE COMMON STOCK OF PRESIDIO AND WERE CASHED OUT OF YOUR SHARES OF PRESIDIO COMMON STOCK (OR ANY INTEREST THEREIN) AT THE CLOSE OF THE TRANSACTION ON DECEMBER 19, 2019
+$21,625,000
Cash Settlement Amount