One of the more interesting recent developments in the world of corporate and securities litigation was the $139 million settlement of the News Corp. shareholders derivative suit. Not only is this settlement apparently the largest ever cash settlement of a shareholders derivative suit, but the entire amount of the settlement is to be funded by the company’s D&O insurance. In the latest issue of InSights, which can be found here, I take a detailed look at the News Corp. settlement and discuss the settlement’s significance and possible implications.