On May 22, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court disrupted nearly three decades of patent venue practice by reversing the Federal Circuit in TC Heartland v
A series of recent Delaware Chancery Court and Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) decisionscoupled with anticipated SEC action to finalize
In Part 1, we introduced you to the history of Cooperative Bank and the background of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation v. Rippy, 799 F.3d 301
A new privacy law requires companies to make specific statements about what information is collected on its website. Like California, it also
On June 24, 2015, Delaware Governor Jack Markell approved several important amendments to the Delaware General Corporation Law (the "DGCL"),1 with
The Delaware Court of Chancery recently held that equity grants to non-employee directors of Citrix Systems, Inc. ("Citrix" or the "Company")
Questions regarding the uncertain future of corporate fee-shifting bylaws could soon be answered by the Delaware legislature, as yesterday the
The Delaware Court of Chancery recently reaffirmed the validity of the poison pill as a permissible defensive measure for Delaware corporations faced with a takeover proposal found to be inadequate by the target corporation's board of directors.
On December 14, 2010, St. Louis, MO based Furniture Brands International filed a declaratory judgment action against Webvention Holdings, LLC in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware (Civil Action No. 1:10-cv-1090).
Late last month, the Delaware Supreme Court reversed an October 2010 Delaware Court of Chancery ruling and held that an ambiguous staggered board charter provision was intended to provide that each class of directors serve three-year terms, thus thwarting a hostile bidder's attempt to hold an annual meeting - and potentially replace a majority of the board - less than four months after directors were last elected.