Law360, Wilmington (January 2, 2017, 1:03 PM EST) -- The Delaware Chancery Court, where some of the nation’s most high-profile business disputes are adjudicated, is set to have a year where long-festering issues may finally come to a head and provide some definitive guidance for attorneys who practice in the venue.
From how to deal with appraisal actions, to liability for financial advisers on a deal, some major questions may finally be answered in 2017 that are anticipated to have a profound impact on corporate litigation.
Here are some cases and accompanying issues in and on appeal at the Chancery Court that experts say will set the stage for 2017...
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