Two relatively prompt decisions in the same month involving DuPont, kept a case in Delaware, but then the Chancery Court frowned on its request for injunctive relief.
The first case, E.I. duPont de Nemours and Company v. Bayer Cropscience LP, 2008 WL 2673376 (Del. Ch., July 2, 2008), read opinion here , denied a motion to dismiss the case on forum non conveniens grounds even though North Carolina law applied.
In E.I. duPont de Nemours and Company v. Bayer Cropscience LP, 2008 WL 2916498 (Del. Ch., July 29, 2008), read here , the separate, second decision addressed the interpretation of a disputed license and supply agreement–and denied the request for preliminary injunction that in effect sought a declaratory judgment and specific performance.