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Robert Hyams v. Ronald Keating et al: Complaint

Shareholder Derivative Complaint in Robert Hyams, derivatively on behalf of Evoqua Water Technologies Corp. v. Ronald C. Keating, Benedict J. Stas, Martin Lamb, Judd A. Gregg, Harbhajan Bhambri, Gary A. Cappeline, Brian Hoesterey, Vinay Kumar, Peter M. Wilver, AEA Investors LP, AEA EWT Holdings LP, AEA EWT Holdings GP LLC, AEA Investors Fund V LP, AEA Investors Participant Fund V LP, AEA Investors QP Participant Fund V LP, AEA Investors Fund V-A LP, AEA Investors V-B LP, AEA Investors PF V LLC, AEA Investors LP, AEA Investors Partners V LP, and AEA Management (Cayman) Ltd., as Defendants, and Evoqua Water Technologies Corp., as Nominal Defendant, described as a Delaware-domiciled "water-treatment solutions" company whose shares are listed on NYSE, at the U. S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.

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Robert Hyams



July 27, 2020


Case Number:

Xx Xx Xx


Litigation;Public Companies;Securities & Investment



Ronald C. Keating;Benedict J. Stas;Martin Lamb;Judd A. Gregg;Harbhajan Bhambri;Gary A. Cappeline;Brian Hoesterey;Vinay Kumar;Peter M. Wilver;AEA Investors LP;AEA EWT Holdings LP;AEA EWT Holdings GP LLC;AEA Investors Fund V LP;AEA Investors Participant Fund V LP;AEA Investors Fund V-A LP;AEA Investors V-B LP;AEA Investors LP;AEA Investors Partners V LP;AEA Management (Cayman) Ltd.;AEA Investors QP Participant Fund V LP;AEA Investors PF V LLC;Evoqua Water Technologies Corp.


Court Name - US Federal:

Pennsylvania - Western District Court

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