A recent decision by the Delaware Court of Chancery is useful for litigators who need to know what remedies are available when an opposing party does not provide documents required by court-ordered deadlines: Dolan v. Jobu Holdings, LLC, C.A. No. 2020-0962-JRS (Del. Ch. Sept. 2, 2021).

Quick Overview of Case:

In connection with a

In Re Cablevision/Rainbow Media Group Tracking Stock Litigation, No. 19819-VCN (May 22, 2009), read opinion here.

This Chancery Court decision resolved a dispute regarding the amount of fees and the division of fees between class counsel in a Delaware shareholders’ suit that challenged the exchange by Cablevision Systems Corporation of its then-outstanding tracking stock and certain assets of its

In Lillis v. AT & T Corp., (Del. Ch., Feb. 25,  2009), read letter decision here,  the Chancery Court reviewed a dispute about the reasonableness of fees that were awarded in an advancement claim as well as related litigation. There have been several Delaware opinions involving these parties in this long running case, which have been highlighted