In Cyber Holding LLC v. CyberCore Holding, Inc., C.A. No. 7369-VCN (Del. Ch. July 8, 2015), the Delaware Court of Chancery provides a useful exercise in contract interpretation regarding whether the buyer or the seller of a business would be responsible for certain post-closing tax liability. After applying the usual standards, the Court of Chancery concludes that there are two reasonable interpretations of the contract at issue, and even though the court is skeptical that a trial will illuminate the lack of clarity, the ambiguity requires a denial of the summary judgment motion.