Millien v. Popescu, C.A. No. 8670-VCN (Del. Ch. July 5, 2013).

In this short letter ruling, the Court of Chancery addressed the contours of those portions of a status quo order to which the parties did not stipulate, pending an expedited trial in a proceeding under DGCL section 226 for the appointment of a custodian

Balch Hill Partners, L.P. v. Shocking Technologies, Inc., C.A. No. 8249-VCN (Del. Ch. Feb. 7, 2013).

Issue addressed: Whether expedited proceedings should be granted to consider the appointment of a receiver or custodian for an allegedly insolvent company pursuant to DGCL Sections 291 and 226? Short answer: Yes

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Klamka v. OneSource Technologies, Inc., (Del. Ch., Dec. 15, 2008), is a decision that may be limited to its unusual procedural and factual posture, but it applies a key statute, so  I include  a reference to it. The pro se plaintiff sought a default judgment on its claim for the appointment of  a custodian pursuant to