LOUISIANA MUNICIPAL POLICE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM (LAMPERS) VS The Hershey Company
In 2012 after Hershey denied a request of LAMPERS to examine internal documents LAMPERS filed a 220 complaint which would give them access. LAMPERS was seeking details about Hershey's cocoa suppliers. LAMPERS had two reasons to be concerned. First, on ethical and moral grounds and secondly, if former cocoa slaves are allowed to sue (See about court case) then they wouldn't want to tie their money up in a company what could be facing thousands of lawsuits.
Hershey's fought to dismiss the complaint on lack of evidence of mismanagement. But, the ruling Judge, Vice Chancellor Laster said that suspicion is enough to let the complaint go through.