“Self-dealing” is a legal concept which is applied to a transaction in which a fiduciary (such as a trustee, general partner, controlling shareholder, director, or officer) derives a personal benefit from a transaction with or involving the entity to which he owes the fiduciary duty. In re Nat'l Auto Credit S'Holders Litig., 2003 Del. Ch. LEXIS 5, 30 (Del. Ch. Jan. 10, 2003), (quoting Aronson v. Lewis, 473 A.2d 805, 812 (Del. 1984)).