Exclusive forum bylaws adopted by corporations to ensure that all corporate governance lawsuits are heard by the Delaware Court of Chancery are valid under the Delaware General Corporation Law, the C
Originally Published: Delaware Business Court Insider
A plaintiff who alleged that a rival corporation lured away some of its employees in violation of their employment agreements is entitled to learn the details of the rival's contact with those employ
The Delaware Court of Chancery's record-setting awards for damages and attorney fees in the Southern Peru shareholder litigation was affirmed by the Delaware Supreme Court on Monday. In its opinion,
... Tarik Haskins, a partner in Morris Nichols Arsht & Tunnell's Delaware commercial law counseling group, was appointed to...
...applications with the Federal Drug Administration. White & Case and Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell represented Pfizer, while McCarter & English represented Northwestern. Teva, meanwhile...
Dewey & LeBoeuf, Foley & Lardner and Sullivan & Cromwell are advising various parties on an investor group's $2.15 billion acquisition of Major League Baseball's Los Angeles Dodgers, the highest pric
Despite objections made by a Cleveland union pension fund, the Delaware Chancery Court granted final approval to the $89.4 million settlement Del Monte Corp. and Barclays PLC reached with Del Monte's
Lawyers for the bankrupt Los Angeles Dodgers have sued Fox Sports, alleging that the broadcaster is interfering with their plans to sell the baseball team
...rules are." Julie Heaney, a partner with Morris Nichols Arsht & Tunnell's Wilmington, Del., office, agreed. "There are...
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