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Court Of Chancery Explains Requirements For Expedition

Posted In Business Torts

APC Workforce Solutions LLC v. Gary D. Nelson Associates Inc., C.A. 7672-VCP (July 23, 2012)

When a plaintiff is able to show a "colorable claim" and that absent prompt relief it will suffer "irreparable harm," the Court of Chancery will expedite a hearing on its claims. However, exactly what that all means varies from case to case.  This is a good example of such a showing to obtain expedition in a breach of contract case.

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