Casale v. Bare, (Del. Ch., Jan. 27, 2009), read letter decision here, is a short Chancery Court ruling that is not remarkable for any reason except that it reiterates in an terse fashion what has been previously enunicated innumerable times in the past by this court, regarding:
(i) the prerequisites for the issuance of a temporary restraining order (TRO); and
(ii) the requirements that must be satisfied before the court will grant expedited proceedings.
It’s a quick read for a useful and handy reminder of these key concepts for business litigators.