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Court Of Chancery Upholds Standing To Object To Subpoenas

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Feeley v. NHAOCG LLC, C.A. 7304-VCL (August 16, 2012)

It has long been thought that Cede & Co. v Joule Inc., 2005 WL 736689 (Del. Ch. Feb. 7, 2005) denied standing to a party to object to a third party subpoena except on privilege grounds.  Well no more.  In this recent decision, the Court declared that Joule is wrong and that it will protect a party from excessive discovery.

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