For readers who follow the law regarding forum selection clauses, a recent article by Professor Joseph Grundfest should be of interest. The good professor addresses the December 2018 Court of Chancery decision in Sciabacucchi v. Salzberg (highlighted on these pages), and the intersection of Delaware law and Federal law in the context of

The Delaware Attorney General announced today that she obtained a Consent Judgment to secure the cancellation of  the Certificates of Formation for several LLCs allegedly involved in criminal activities or otherwise “abusing its LLC powers and privileges” in connection with the website Backpage.com. The Consent Decree signed by the Court of Chancery was dated

Professor Stephen Bainbridge, the nationally-recognized, prolific corporate law expert, known to readers of this blog (among other reasons) for citations in Delaware court opinions to his scholarship, provides scholarly commentary and citation to multiple sources regarding the corporate law implications for the political activity of CEOs–including some who think of themselves as social justice

News from the Department of Self-Promotion: Recently I was awarded the 2019 Chief Justice William Killen Award for Second Amendment Legal Advocacy in connection with my most recent successful legal challenge of certain state regulations. The award was presented on behalf of the Delaware State Sportsmen’s Association, which is an affiliate of the National