An Eckert Seamans associate prepared this overview.

In a recent transcript ruling in the case styled Doctors Pathology Servs., PA v. Gerges, C.A. No. 11457-CB, transcript (Del. Ch. Feb, 15, 2017), Chancellor Bouchard provides additional guidance to attorneys seeking to file motions to compel discovery in the Delaware Court of Chancery.  This ruling

Ross Holding and Management Company v. Advance Realty Group LLC, C.A. No. 4113-VCN (Del. Ch. Sept. 29, 2011). Read opinion here.

Issue Addressed: This short letter ruling granted in part a motion to compel unredacted tax returns and related documents.  The requested documents related to a claim by the plaintiff that the defendants

eBay Domestic Holdings, Inc. v. Newmark, No. 3705-CC (Del. Ch. Oct. 29, 2009), read opinion here. See prior Chancery Court decisions in this case summarized here and here.  This letter decision rules on a Motion to Compel discovery responses and continuations of depositions.

Background and Prior Order

There were six separate aspects of the

 Grace Brothers, Ltd. v. Siena Holdings, Inc., et al., No. 184-CC (Del. Ch., June 2, 2009), read letter decision here.

Kevin Brady, a highly respected Delaware litigator, provides us with the benefit of his following review of this letter decision.

On June 2, 2009, Chancellor Chandler in granted plaintiff’s motion to compel emails among defendants

In re: John Q. Hammons Hotels, Inc. Shareholder Litigation, Del. Ch., No. 758-CC (March 25, 2009), read letter decision here.

This Chancery Court ruling granted a motion to compel pursuant to Rule 26(b)(1)  for post-merger financial data. This case involved a shareholder class action arising out of a merger transaction. The court described the very broad