Law360 (January 1, 2019, 12:03 PM EST) -- A bellwether merger appraisal appeal, a spotlight on “enhanced” director independence, a trial over a mega-merger meltdown and an appeal from a rare deployment of the “implied covenant” in a contract dispute all lay ahead as 2019 opens in Delaware’s Chancery and Supreme Courts.
The disputes will play out in a year already likely to see more cases go to trial in Chancery Court — in part because the court added two new vice chancellors to its team last year, and in part because increasingly complex cases and strategies are making settlements tougher to reach.
The year will open just three...
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