The Supreme Court reversed the Chancery Court and determined that despite the parties and the witnesses being based in Florida, and the application of Florida law, the Cryo-Maid factors did not justify dismissal of a claim based on forum non conveniens. The case of Berger v. Intelident Solutions, Inc., download file, dealt with minority claims relating to a cash-out merger. The trial court’s decision was summarized previously on my blog here.