Recent Developments in the Delaware Chancery Court and the New York State Supreme Court Commercial Division
July 26, 2018
Both the Delaware Court of Chancery and New York State Supreme Court Commercial Division offer businesses and lawyers the opportunity to litigate their disputes before judges well-versed in the issues attendant to those disputes. But what is new in those courts, and how do those changes affect the businesses that bring their disputes to those courts, and the attorneys that practice there? Vice Chancellor Joseph R. Slights, III of the Court of Chancery of the State of Delaware and Justice Timothy S. Driscoll of the Nassau County Commercial Division of New York Supreme Court, two judges who deal with such disputes on a regular basis, along with Matthew F. Didora, chair of Commercial Litigation at Abrams Fensterman in Lake Success, New York and Vanessa R. Tiradentes, a partner at Gould and Ratner in Chicago, will discuss various procedural and substantive changes in these two courts.
- Hon. Timothy S. Driscoll (moderator), Supreme Court of the State of New York, Mineola, NY
- Matthew Didora, Abrams, Fensterman, Fensterman, Eisman, Formato, Ferrara, Wolf & Carone, LLP, Lake Success, NY
- Vanessa Tiradentes, Gould & Ratner LLP, Chicago, IL
- Hon. Joseph R. Slights III, Delaware Court of Chancery, Dover, DE
Presented by: Business and Corporate Litigation Committee
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