Tag Archives: choice-of-law

Delaware Choice-of-Law Provision Upheld

Delaware case law is replete with decisions upholding provisions in contracts that choose Delaware as the governing law for any disputes related to an agreement. A recent Delaware decision adds to the large body of Delaware jurisprudence on this topic. See, e.g., selected decisions on choice-of-law enforceability from the Delaware Supreme Court and Delaware Court of Chancery, … Continue Reading

Chancery Addresses Issue of First Impression in Delaware: When Threat of Lawsuit is Tortious Interference with Prospective Business Relationships

Soterion Corp. v. Soteria Mezzanine Corp., C.A. No. 6158-VCN (Del. Ch. Oct. 31, 2012). Why This Case is Noteworthy: This decision addresses for the first time in Delaware the applicable standard to determine when the threat of a lawsuit can be tortious interference with prospective business relationships.  This opinion also features the rare instance when attorneys’ … Continue Reading

Chancery Court Upholds Forum Selection and Choice of Law Clauses; Rejects Promissory Estoppel Claim; and Finds Absence of Essential Elements of Contract

In Greetham v. Sogima L-A Manager, LLC, et al., 2008 Del. Ch. LEXIS (Nov. 3, 2008), read opinion here, the Delaware Chancery Court addressed three legal issues that are of substantial practical importance in many corporate and commercial litigation cases, and the court’s rulings are also useful tools for the toolbox of those who labor in the … Continue Reading
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