This appeal involves the scope of a shareholder's right to inspect a corporation's records under N.J.S.A. 14A:5-28 and the common law. Plaintiff, a Merck & Co., Inc. shareholder, appeals from the dismissal of his complaint seeking various Merck corporate records. The panel affirms. It concludes that plaintiff's demand exceeds the scope of "books and records of account, minutes, and record of shareholders," which the court was empowered to permit him to inspect under N.J.S.A. 14A:5-28(4). Plaintiff also misreads a 1988 amendment to the statute, which allows a court to limit a shareholder's inspection, rather than expand it as plaintiff contends. Finally, plaintiff misplaces reliance on the common law. To the extent N.J.S.A. 14A:5-28 does not abrogate residual common law rights of inspection, plaintiff's demand exceeds inspection previously allowed under the common law.