Selected Articles by Francis

The current issue of the Delaware Business Court Insider includes an article on the titular topic by yours truly and my colleague Cheneise Wright. Courtesy of the good folks at the Delaware Business Court Insider, and with their permission, it appears below.

Chancery Declines to Follow First-Filed Rule in Advancement Case

By: Francis

The Delaware Business Court Insider‘s current edition includes an article I co-authored with Chauna Abner that highlights a recent Delaware Court of Chancery decision that explains the types of claims that are barred by a standard integration clause–as compared to the more robust anti-reliance clause that is required to preclude most typical claims arising

I have been writing an ethics column for the national publication of The American Inns of Court, called The Bencher, for about 24 years or so. My latest column appears in the current edition and is reproduced below, courtesy of The Bencher and The American Inns of Court.

Company’s Privileged Communications Must Be Provided to

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