Chancery Grants Motion in Limine to Preclude Evidence Based on Assertion of Attorney Client Privilege

In Grunstein v. Silva, No. 3932-VCN (Del. Ch., Nov. 20, 2012). The Court of Chancery granted a motion in limine to preclude evidence at trial based on the defendants’ assertion of attorney client privilege. This short letter ruling provides useful … Continue reading

Court Bars Production of Expert Report for Board

New Jersey Carpenters Pension Fund v. infoGroup, Inc., C.A. No. 5334-VCN (Del. Ch. Aug. 16, 2012). Issue: Can Plaintiff compel the expert report prepared by the company’s counsel for the board in anticipation of litigation? Short Answer: No, based on … Continue reading