A recent Delaware Court of Chancery opinion is noteworthy for its many quotable judicial words of wisdom about motions for reargument pursuant to Rule 59(f). In Manti Holdings, LLC v. Authentix Acquisition Company, Inc., C.A. No. 2017-0887-SG (Del. Ch. Aug. 14, 2019), the court described a meritorious motion for reargument as a “useful tool
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Chancery Denies a Motion for Reargument and Motion to Amend its Ruling
The Ravenswood Investment Company L.P. v. Winmill, C.A. No. 3730-VCN (Del. Ch. Nov. 30, 2011), read letter ruling here. A prior decision by the Delaware Court of Chancery in this case was highlighted on these pages here.
The Court addressed a motion for reargument under Rule 59(f), as well as Court…
Chancery Denied Reargument on Attorneys’ Fees
In Postorivo v. AG Paintball Holdings, Inc., 2008 Del. Ch. LEXIS 165 (Nov. 13, 2008), the Delaware Chancery Court denied reargument of a prior award of attorneys’ fees that limited the total amount payable. For more factual background, I refer you to my summaries of the three (3) prior decisions in this case that are available here.
Motion to Reconsider Must be Filed in Five (5) Days
Krupa v. Comprehensive Neuroscience, Inc., 2008 WL 2737766 (Del. Ch., June 30, 2008), read opinion here. In this short one-page letter decision, the court reminded the parties that there is a deadline for filing a motion to reconsider under Chancery Court Rule 59(f) of five days after the filing of the court’s opinion…