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Summaries and analysis of recent Delaware court decisions concerning business-related litigation.
- Chancery Finds Plaintiff Failed To State A Non-Exculpated Claim Against Special Committee Defendants In Complaint Challenging A Merger
- Chancery Finds Stockholder Conferred a Substantial Corporate Benefit by Challenging the Joint Vote of Two Classes of Common Stock under Section 242(b)(2) of the DGCL
- Court of Chancery Awards Plaintiffs Attorneys’ Fees and Costs in Section 225 Action for Obtaining a Substantial Benefit for the Corporation and its Stockholders
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Court Of Chancery Explains Exculpation Clause
By Morris James LLP on May 17, 2013
Posted In Breach of Contract
Anvil Holding Corporation v. Iron Acquisition Corporation, C.A. 7975-VCP (May 17, 2013)
Many acquisition agreements contain provisions that are intended to limit the buyer's remedies. This decision explains what language to use to cut off claims based on extra-contractual representations. The contract must specifically say that there is no reliance on anything outside the terms of the contract.
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