• Technology Litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery

  • Technology Litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery

    By Cathy L. Reese, William J. Marsden, Jr.

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The Delaware Court of Chancery is not only a leader in interpreting corporate law but also a preeminent forum for adjudicating technology-related disputes, closely watched by attorneys nationwide.

Technology Litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery, written by two experts in trying such cases in the Delaware courts, is destined to become required reading for attorneys involved in technology litigation anywhere in the United States.
Beginning with a discussion of the Chancery Court’s jurisdiction over technology disputes, it devotes detailed chapters to the technology-related claims the court regularly hears.  It examines the elements of each claim, the necessary parties, plaintiff’s burden of proof, defenses, preemption, statutes of limitations, damages, equitable relief, attorneys’ fees, and more.  Types of claims include: deceptive trade practices, misappropriation of trade secrets, common law conversion, tortious interference, defamation, unfair competition, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, technology issues in M&A, civil conspiracy, and aiding and abetting,
From breach of contract through shareholder objection to a merger, this is the one source litigators will turn to for scholarly and practical advice on proving and defending technology cases alleging contract and tort violations.
Book #718; looseleaf, one volume, approximately 300 pages; published in 2012, updated as needed. Looseleaf print subscribers receive supplements. The online edition is updated automatically. ISBN: 978-1-58852-181-1.
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