Professor Andrew Lund opines on The Conglomerate blog here with his predictions regarding the decision expected from the Delaware Supreme Court on the interlocutory appeal that Delaware’s High Court accepted in the Ryan v. Lyondell case in which the Chancery Court denied a Motion for Summary Judgment in a matter that raises key issues such as Revlon duties and the exculpation for due care claims permitted under DGCL Section 102(b)(7). The good professor also links to a related law review article he wrote.

Here is my prior blog post on the Chancery Court’s decision where I also collect some of the substantial commentary that the case has already generated.