The Delaware Supreme Court, in Genger v. TR Investors, recently addressed electronic discovery issues in the context of sanctions imposed in the amount of about $4 million by the Court of Chancery, for spoliation. We highlighted the case on these pages here. Kevin Brady, a nationally recognized electronic discovery expert, provides a more detailed and insightful analysis of the EDD aspects of the Delaware High Court’s opinion (which also addressed DGCL Section 225), in an article available here. Mr. Brady represented the Amicus Curiae in the appeal to the Supreme Court.