Addressing an issue that has been for the first time squarely presented to any Delaware Court, the Court of Chancery in In Re MFW Shareholders Litigation, C.A. No. 6566-CS

Continue Reading BUSINESS JUDGMENT RULE DEEMED THE APPLICABLE STANDARD IN GOING PRIVATE MERGER WHERE TRANSACTION APPROVED BY SPECIAL COMMITTEE AND MAJORITY OF THE MINORITY

On February 7, 2013, the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University will be hosting a panel discussion on the challenge to the Delaware Court of Chancery’s Arbitration Proceedings.

Continue Reading Panel Discussion at the Cardozo School of Law on the Challenge to the Court of Chancery’s Private Arbitration Proceedings

Henceforth, parties who ignore or extend scheduling deadlines without promptly consulting the trial court, will do so at their own risk.

 The Delaware Supreme Court in the recent

Continue Reading Counsel Warned To Proceed At Their Own Risk When Granting Courtesy Extensions Without Prior Court Approval

If the contractual language is not crystalline, a court will not interpret a forum selection clause to indicate the parties intended to make jurisdiction exclusive.

In Duff, Carp, and Delaware

Continue Reading Court Finds Subject Matter Jurisdiction Under the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act and Reiterates the Crystalline Standard Necessary for a Forum Selection Clause to Confer Exclusive Jurisdiction in a Particular Venue

The Delaware Court of Chancery is internationally recognized for resolving disputes related to corporations and other business entities. Its excellence, opportunity for proceedings and swift determination, actions known as summary

Continue Reading Directors’ and Shareholders’ Reference Guide to Summary Proceedings in the Delaware Court of Chancery