Law360, Wilmington (June 10, 2014, 9:22 PM EDT) -- Delaware’s bench has seen a dramatic reshuffling in only a few months, with three retirements on the Supreme Court and a new chief in the Chancery Court, and even more may come. That could be a recipe for volatility anywhere else, but practitioners expect the stability of the First State’s corporate law and process to trump the potential for wild swings in the courts’ philosophy.
Appearances indicate there’s a major shakeup going on in two of Delaware's courts, where some of the nation’s highest-profile — and highest-stakes — corporate disputes are hashed out. The first domino fell in September when former Chief...
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