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Court of Chancery Appeals to U.S. Supreme Court on Constitutionality of Chancery’s Arbitration Rules
Posted on 23 Jan 2014 by Francis G.X. Pileggi

Two federal courts have held that the confidential arbitration procedures provided in the rules of the Court of Chancery are constitutionally infirm. We have previously written on these pages about the decision of the District Court , Delaware Coalition... Read More

Delaware Arbitration Procedure Unconstitutional
Posted on 24 Oct 2013 by Brian JM Quinn

So there you have it. Just hit PACER Wednesday (h/t KWC). Here's the opinion ( DCOGvStrine ) [ an enhanced version of this opinion is available to lexis.com subscribers ]. Lengthy exploration of civil trials and arbitrations in the opinion. I'm... Read More

Delaware Arbitration Makes a Comeback
Posted on 10 Dec 2014 by Brian JM Quinn

News from Delaware is that Delaware's Chancery arbitration procedure is making a comeback, but this time without the Chancery bit. According to DelawareOnline , Chief Justice Strine said: [T]he new arbitration program will not involve state-paid... Read More

  • Blog Post: Delaware Arbitration Procedure Unconstitutional

    So there you have it. Just hit PACER Wednesday (h/t KWC). Here's the opinion ( DCOGvStrine ) [ an enhanced version of this opinion is available to lexis.com subscribers ]. Lengthy exploration of civil trials and arbitrations in the opinion. I'm reading now... From the opinion: Finally,...
  • Blog Post: Court of Chancery Appeals to U.S. Supreme Court on Constitutionality of Chancery’s Arbitration Rules

    Two federal courts have held that the confidential arbitration procedures provided in the rules of the Court of Chancery are constitutionally infirm. We have previously written on these pages about the decision of the District Court , Delaware Coalition for Open Government v. Hon. Leo E. Strine, Jr....
  • Blog Post: Delaware Arbitration Makes a Comeback

    News from Delaware is that Delaware's Chancery arbitration procedure is making a comeback, but this time without the Chancery bit. According to DelawareOnline , Chief Justice Strine said: [T]he new arbitration program will not involve state-paid sitting judges, which was one of reasons the federal...