We previously highlighted the Court of Chancery decision that upheld a forum selection provision in corporate bylaws that required certain suits involving the internal affairs of the corporation to be filed in Delaware. Boilermakers Local 154 Retirement Fund v. Chevron Corporation, C.A. No. 7220-CS (Del. Ch. June 25, 2013).
Professor Larry Hamermesh writes about

Louisiana Municipal Police Employees’ Retirement System v. Hershey Co., No. 7996, Master’s Report (Del. Ch. Aug. 16, 2013).

This decision rejected a demand for books and records of the Hershey Company based on DGCL Section 220. The stockholder claimed, in essence, that Hershey’s management must be complicit in the abhorrent child labor practices in the

Viacom International, Inc. v. Winshall, Del. Supr., No. 513, 2012 (July 16, 2013).

Issue addressed: The Supreme Court revisits the oft-discussed distinction between substantive and procedural arbitrability, as well as the related issue of whether the court or the arbitrator decides a particular issue. Also addressed is the high threshold that must be crossed