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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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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