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Buyer’s Claims Fail Due to Lack of Express Representations by Seller in APA

A recent Delaware Court of Chancery decision provides an important lesson about the downside of imprecise drafting, and the need to express with precision how specific risks are to be allocated between the purchaser and seller of a business. In Julius v. Accurus Aerospace Corporation, C.A. No. 2017-0632-MTZ (Del. Ch. Oct. 31, 2019), the court … Continue Reading

Chancery Rules on Substantive Arbitrability and Integration Clauses Among Multiple Agreeements

Li v. Standard Fiber LLC, C.A. No. 8191-VCN (Del. Ch. March 28, 2013). This Court of Chancery opinion addressed a recurring theme in Delaware commercial litigation: substantive arbitrability.  That is, whether the court or an arbitrator should determine whether a particular claim is subject to an arbitration clause.  This opinion also addresses how multiple agreements, … Continue Reading
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