3850 & 3860 Colonial Blvd., LLC v. Griffin, C.A. No. 9575-VCN (Feb. 26, 2015). Despite the odd caption, this Delaware Chancery decision’s usefulness for the toolbox of a litigator is derived from its analysis of a few perennial issues in commercial litigation: (i) when related contracts between the same or affiliated parties have conflicting provisions, which provisions control? (ii) when one contract has an arbitration provision but another does not, is the dispute subject to arbitration? (iii) one of my favorites: when can a non-signatory be bound by the terms of a contract? Of course, many of my readers know that under some circumstances, the Court of Chancery has bound non-signatories to the terms of an agreement.