As the premier business court in the United States, the Court of Chancery recognizes that, in many cases, transaction schedules and market realities require business disputes to be resolved on expedited schedules. As a result, high-stakes business litigation before the Court of Chancery routinely proceeds from initial pleading to trial within weeks or months — not years. Ross Aronstam & Moritz attorneys collectively have decades of experience handling all stages of such litigation, from discovery to dispositive motion practice, settlement, and trial.
Articles and Memos
- September 2017The M&A Lawyer
- May 2017The M&A Lawyer
- Singh v. Attenborough: Delaware Supreme Court Deals Another Blow to Stockholder Plaintiffs in M&A LitigationAugust 2016The M&A Lawyer
- June 2015The M&A Lawyer
- Mitigating the Risk of M&A Litigation an Old-Fashioned Way: Delaware Law Favoring Stock-for-Stock MergersDecember 2014The M&A Lawyer