The scene: Delaware chancery court. The cast: Disney CEO Michael Eisner, former Disney president and super-agent Michael Ovitz, and other sundry Hollywood moguls. Shareholders of Walt Disney Company are suing the Happiest Place on Earth and its board of directors over the $140 million severance package Ovitz took with him in 1996. That's when Eisner fired him, after just 14 months on the job. Despite the cleanly drawn characters this is all about the rules of corporate governance. Jeff Horwich reports on who will pay if the judge sides with investors.