In this latest edition, Steve Berstler of LexisNexis discusses with Francis Pileggi, a recent Delaware Court of Chancery case outlining the factors involved in assessing whether an attorney could place a retaining lien on a file of a client who had not paid the attorney’s fee, and a Delaware Supreme Court opinion holding that creditors of a limited liability company (LLC) have no right to bring a derivative action, unlike in the analogous corporate context. Another Chancery case discussed the denial of a request for an interim fee in a class action. The video of the interview is available here.