In Oliver Press Partners, LLC v. Decker, download file, the Chancery Court explained in a letter opinion that a 2 week delay in filing a complaint militated against granting a motion to expedite. Plaintiff sought an expedited trial or a P.I. hearing to forestall a December 22 vote, but it only filed the complaint on December 2, even though it had notice of the issue on November 21. The court noted that it often grants requests for prompt adjudications but the delay of the plaintiff in filing would make it difficult for the defendant to prepare a defense on such short notice and the delay made it more difficult for the court to adequately adjudicate the matter. Moreover, the court determined that complete relief would be available even after the occurrence of the harmful event sought to be averted.