The software company Cerego is the subject of an application for registration in the chancellery


By Leslie Pappas (Oct 14, 2021, 6:42 p.m. EDT) – A director of an adaptive learning platform that uses artificial intelligence to improve student outcomes sued the San Diego-based company in court on Thursday of Delaware Chancellery, alleging that its board of directors and agents withhold information “to cover up the mismanagement of the company”.

Kellogg “Kelly” Barbey asked the court to compel Cerego Inc. to produce the documents under Section 220 of the Delaware General Corporations Act, which allows shareholders and directors to inspect the books and records of a company if they suspect potential wrongdoing.

The complaint made no specific allegations other than to say that the company “was the victim of …

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