Selected Articles by Francis

The following article appeared in the July 8, 2020 issue of the Delaware Business Court Insider.

Designating Documents as Confidential and Requesting They Remain Confidential Insufficient to Avoid Waiver of Attorney-Client Privilege

The Delaware Court of Chancery recently held that a party waived attorney-client privilege by producing documents to a federal commission during the course

A recent Delaware Court of Chancery decision entertained a request for expedited relief in Delaware despite a New York forum selection clause, in part due to the unavailability of the New York Courts that were not fully operational due to the coronavirus shutdown. Francis Pileggi and Chauna Abner co-authored an article with an overview of

The following article is reprinted with permission from the Jan. 15, 2020 edition of “The Delaware Business Court Insider”, (c) 2020 ALM Media Properties, LLC. All rights reserved.

By: Francis G.X. Pileggi and Chauna A. Abner

This is the 15th year that Francis Pileggi and various co-authors have created an annual list of important

In a recent article appearing in The Delaware Business Court Insider, co-authored with my colleague Chauna Abner, we discussed a recent Delaware Chancery decision that found a fully-executed agreement, based on extrinsic evidence, was not intended by both parties to be a binding contract. This, of course, is somewhat counterintuitive, but provides a helpful cautionary

A recent Delaware Supreme Court opinion provides a tutorial on the standards imposed on Delaware lawyers when a deponent, who is the lawyer’s client, engages in inappropriate conduct during a deposition. See Shorenstein Hays-Nederland Theaters LLC Appeals, Nos. 596, 2018 and 620, 2018 (Del. Supr. June 20, 2019). My overview of the decision was