Greystone Digital Technology, Inc. v. Alvarez, 2007 WL 2088859 (Del. Ch. July 20, 2007), read opinion here.. This case involved a Motion for Default Judgment pursuant to Chancery Court Rule 55(b) based on allegations that the defendant failed to “fully participate in the litigation and comply with certain orders of the court.” The court described the entry of a default judgment as an extreme remedy that is disfavored and that is within the discretion of the court and not mandatory. Despite other penalties that had been imposed in this case, the court did not find the prerequisite of “willful or conscious disregard for the rules of the court" that would otherwise be required for such a drastic penalty.