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The Curse of Multi-Jurisdiction Litigation: A Problem for Everyone, Not Just Defendants

One of the more distinct litigation phenomena in recent years has been the rise of multi-jurisdiction litigation, particularly in connection with merger objection litigation. Corporate advocates and defense attorneys have decried this development, as it has forced companies facing litigation to have to fight a multi-front war and to incur increased defense expense. At its … Continue Reading

Delaware Supreme Court Blasts Chancery Court’s Controversial Refusal to Recognize California Court Judgment

One of the more vexing litigation problems to emerge recently has been the proliferation of multi-jurisdiction litigation, where corporate defendants are forced to litigate essentially the same claim in multiple courts at the same time. This problem is a particular issue in the context of M&A litigation, although not contained to those kinds of lawsuits. … Continue Reading
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