Here is a post on the Morris James’ Business Litigation Report  that summarizes two recent transcripts from bench rulings in which Vice Chancellor Strine made abundantly clear that he will not tolerate "speaking objections" during depositions. These violations of  both the Delaware Chancery Court Rules and Delaware custom in deposition practice, are not always uniformly addressed in the same way by all members of the judiciary, but the transcripts and the order linked at the above post provide no room for doubt about how at least one member of the Chancery Court will deal with such abuses of deposition practice. ( I have written articles and given seminars on this topic. Here is a link to one of my more recent articles about this issue.)