Business litigation fans, or those interested in the latest developments occurring in Delaware corporate and commercial litigation in general, may be interested in a trial slated to begin soon in Delaware Chancery Court between two online titans, Craigslist and eBay. An article about the imbroglio is described in a Bloomberg article here as follows:
Executives of EBay, the most-visited e-commerce site, obtained a seat on Craigslist’s board after buying 28 percent of the company’s shares and used that access for “data mining,” lawyers for Craigslist claimed in a filing in a Delaware lawsuit over the company’s decision to adopt corporate defense measures.
Courtroomview.com is expected to have a live video/audio feed of the trial, available online in real time. Their website here describes the trial as including an issue about whether: "… actions by the popular online community’s board of directors "unfairly diluted" Ebay’s 28.4 percent stake in Craigslist."