With a tip of the hat to Prof. Bainbridge for referring to it, the blog Sneaking Suspicions cites to a recent letter opinion by Chancellor Chandler in a unique way. Here is the link:
a02122506. The case is In Re Serena Software Shareholder Litigation. The case involved 2 concurrently filed shareholder suits, one in California and one in Delaware. The California case settled (or was subject to a Memo of Understanding to settle), but the Delaware plaintiffs wanted to proceed. The Chancellor allowed expedited proceedings but said that he would not be pleased if he later determined that the claims should have been covered in the other settlement. The author of the blog traced that phrase to a passage in the Old Testament. The link above provides a connection to the decision and the alleged Biblical reference. Whether or not it is true, it makes for interesting reading.