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“In the twenty-odd years I have been a judicial officer in [the Delaware Court of] Chancery, the docket has moved in the direction of contractual disputes and what were once quaintly called alternative entity disputes.” Buttonwood Tree Value Partners, L.P. v. R.L. Polk & Co. 2021, Del. Ch. LEXIS 165 (Glasscock, V.C.).
Legal professionals now have a resource to navigate this increasingly important area of commercial law: Voss on Delaware Contract Law.
Published by CSC in collaboration with LexisNexis, Voss on Delaware Contract Law is an unparalleled resource on the immense body of contract law that underpins the nation’s predominant corporate and alternative entities laws, as well as the contract-related disputes that are frequently addressed in Delaware’s renowned business courts and studied in commercial centers worldwide.
The uniquely practical and accessible format of Voss on Delaware Contract Law quickly directs users to thousands of quotations of cases, statutes, and rules. Its innovative content includes:
It also includes other key topics relevant to dispute resolution:
According to retired Justice Randy J. Holland, who served on the Delaware Supreme Court for more than 30 years, “This superb treatise provides an unprecedented compilation of Delaware’s vast contract-related jurisprudence. Practitioners and jurists will benefit from this comprehensive expert analysis of the fundamental contract principles that have helped to make Delaware the forum of choice for business formations and transactions.”
2022 release of Voss on Delaware Contract Law
Release 3 of Voss on Delaware Contract Law is now available. It reflects updates to all eighteen chapters, including the addition of several new subsections, as well as references to more than 100 recent Delaware judicial decisions. With these enhancements, Voss on Delaware Contract Law cites more than 3,000 authorities spanning more than 100 years.
This publication is an innovative resource for attorneys and firms who:
Voss on Delaware Contract Law is available as a three-volume binder set or as an ebook, compatible with dedicated e-reader devices, computers, tablets and smartphones that use e-reader software or applications. It is also available on the LexisNexis Digital Library.