Analysis

Delaware Cases To Watch In 2018

By Matt Chiappardi (January 1, 2018, 3:04 PM EST) -- Corporate law in the Delaware Chancery and Supreme courts in 2018 is expected to continue the rapid evolution it has seen for several years now, with several pillars of the practice in line for close examinations and potential overhaul.

Appraisal actions, which were already a major focus of attention in 2017, are expected to continue lighting up to docket in the year to come. Experts expect them to be joined with some Delaware law mainstays such as books and records demands and derivative lawsuits coming under the courts' microscope and up for anything from tweaks to major refits.

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