Boeing board of directors must face a lawsuit from shareholders over two fatal 737 MAX crashes

A Delaware judge ruled on Tuesday that Boeing’s board of directors should confront a lawsuit from investors more than two fatal 737 MAX crashes that killed 346 people in under a half year.

Vice Chancellor Morgan Zurn ruled Boeing stockholders might seek after certain cases however excused different cases against the board.

Zurn ruled the first of two fatal 737 MAX crashes was a “warning” about a key safety system “that the board ought to have regarded however rather overlooked.”

Portions of Boeing finished the day down 1.8 percent, at $214.24.