As a Juul employee, Grove obtained stock options which he exercised to buy shares of Juul stock.  Grove sued Juul in California asserting a claim for the right to inspect Juul’s books and records and also class and derivative claims against Juul’s officers and directors.  The California court first stayed the inspection claim based on the forum selection clause in the stock option agreement and then stayed the class and derivative claims under the forum selection clause in Juul’s corporate charter.  This decision affirms.  It holds that Lab. Code 925 does not abrogate the forum selection clauses because they related to Grove’s relationship with Juul as a shareholder, not as an employee.  And the trial court properly held that the Delaware court’s judgment in Juul’s favor on the inspection claim had to be given full faith and credit and operated as collateral estoppel to bar the class and derivative claims.