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Summaries and analysis of recent Delaware court decisions concerning business-related litigation.
- Chancery Orders Specific Performance of Deal, Despite Lack of Debt Financing, Finding that COVID-Related Business Decline Was Not an MAE and Seller’s Cost-Cutting Efforts Were Not Breaches of the “Ordinary Course” Covenant
- Chancery Declines to Enforce Forum Selection Provision Actively Hidden From Defendant During Transaction
- Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing Saves Employee’s Claim for Improper Termination Under Company’s LLC Agreement
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Court Of Chancery Orders New Arbitrator
By Edward M. McNally on September 12, 2013
Posted In Arbitration
This decision ordered the parties to pick a new arbitrator when the prior arbitrator concluded he was biased. Why anyone would argue this seems odd.
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