Kirsten Zeberkiewicz focuses her practice on litigation involving corporations and alternative entities formed under Delaware law.
Kirsten handles corporate governance and complex commercial litigation matters involving fiduciary duty claims, contract disputes, M&A challenges, and summary proceedings under Delaware’s business statutes in the Delaware Court of Chancery and the Delaware Supreme Court.
Prior to joining Morris James, Kirsten was a trial attorney at a Delaware law firm for five years. She also gained trial and litigation experience at a New York AmLaw100 firm.
Delaware State Bar Association
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- Delaware Supreme Court Explains Delaware’s Intermediate Forum Non Conveniens Standard Under Gramercy
- 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 Refuses to Enforce Alleged Contractual Rights Not Obtained at the “Negotiating Table”
- Chancery Confirms the Challenges in Pleading Caremark and Non-Shareholder Action Disclosure Claims
- Chancery Dismisses Unripe Contribution Claim but Finds That Corporate Director and Officer Adequately Pled Right to Indemnification Following Merger
- Chancery Denies Claim Arising Out of Controller’s Announced Intention to Oppose a Transaction Unfavorable to His Interests
- Chancery Finds Implied-in-Fact LLC Agreement
- Superior Court Addresses Scope of Privilege Waiver in Dispute Involving The American Bottling Company, Coke, and Bodyarmor
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University of Pennsylvania Law School, JD, cum laude, 2002
Pennsylvania State University, BA, magna cum laude, 1998