Aveta, Inc. v. Bengoa, (Del. Ch., Dec. 11, 2008), read opinion here. Hat tip to Delaware Business Litigation Report. This Chancery Court opinion is an example of a common type of case in Chancery where the court orders that the parties abide by an agreement to arbitrate disputes instead of litigating them. Thus, in this case a motion for judgment on the pleadings was granted to require arbitration and counterclaims were dismissed without prejudice so that they also could be addressed in arbitration.