Monthly Archives: June 2016

Vice Chancellor Cites Homer Simpson and Moe Szyslak

In a typically colorful and engaging written decision from Vice Chancellor Glasscock, His Honor cited two of the most famous residents of the fictional town of Springfield: Moe Szyslak and Homer Simpson.¬† The Memorandum Opinion in Walker, et al. v. … Continue reading

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DELAWARE SUPREME COURT OPINES ON INSURANCE COMPANY BAD FAITH

Here’s the key takeaway from the Delaware Supreme Court’s opinion affirming the Superior Court’s grant of summary judgment in Enrique v. State Farm: “[Plaintiff]¬†would have us invoke a hindsight presumption that the failure to offer policy limits or seek remittitur … Continue reading

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Vice Chancellor Glasscock Addresses Novel Question Regarding Demand Futility

On May 31, 2016, Vice Chancellor Glasscock issued an interesting Opinion addressing the question of which composition of a board of directors is relevant to the Court’s demand futility analysis where the board’s composition changes in between the time a … Continue reading

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