Monthly Archives: January 2016

Delaware Supreme Court Answers Certified Question Distinguishing Direct and Derivative Claims

The Delaware Supreme Court recently answered the following certified question from the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, in the matter of Culverhouse v. Paulson & Co.: “Does the diminution in the value of a limited liability … Continue reading

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Be Careful What You Sign: Consumer Contracts Matter

The Delaware Supreme Court has held that terms found in contracts between consumers and merchants will be upheld so long as they are unambiguous, not unconscionable, and not against public policy.  While this may seem like a common sense holding, what’s … Continue reading

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