A recent letter ruling by the Delaware Court of Chancery is noteworthy, in part, because it deals with the issue of a real-party-in-interest, and there is a relative paucity of comprehensive case law on this somewhat esoteric procedural issue. The decision in Fortis Advisors v. Allegan W.C. Holding, Inc., C.A. No. 2019-0151-MTZ (Del. Ch.
Pryor v. IAC/InterActiveCorp., C.A. No. 6884-CS (Del. Ch. June 7, 2012).
Issues Presented: (1) Whether the challenge to an arbitration award via a Chancery complaint was timely; and (2) Whether a collateral attack of the award was permissible.
Short Answer: The Court dismissed the complaint as untimely and any related issues would be…