In Citrin Holdings LLC v. Cullen 130, LLC, 2008 WL 241615 (Del. Ch., Jan. 17, 2008), read opinion here, the Chancery Court followed the familiar McWane line of cases and granted a Motion to Stay this Delaware case in favor a first-filed Texas case. This decision recognizes the plaintiff’s right, in general, to litigate in the proper forum of its choice. See footnote 6 of this letter decision for a citation to McWane and related cases. But compare the very recent, and very rare, Chancery decision summarized on this blog here, where an exception to the first-filed rule was made under the peculiar circumstances of that case.