Tag Archives: 10 Del. C. Section 3104(c)(1)

Chancery Addresses Personal Jurisdiction Over Co-Conspirator

A recent Delaware Court of Chancery decision provides an excellent analysis of the requirements for imposing personal jurisdiction based on the Delaware Long Arm Statute, and also addresses the fiduciary duty of disclosure in a thorough manner worthy of careful reading.  In Clark v. Davenport, C.A. No. 2017-0839-JTL (Del. Ch. July 18, 2019), the court … Continue Reading

Supreme Court Imposes Jurisdiction on Foreign Party Based on Civil Conspiracy Claim

In Matthew v. Flakt Woods Group SA, Del. Supr., No. 150, 2012 (Nov. 20, 2012), the Delaware Supreme Court ruled that Delaware courts could impose jurisdiction on a foreign party involved in this case, based on the “conspiracy theory of jurisdiction”. Quick Background: This well-recognized basis for subjecting non-Delaware parties to the jurisdiction of Delaware courts, … Continue Reading
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