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“No doubt, Delaware’s trial courts have shown growing antipathy toward both bootstrapped and needlessly duplicative claims in what are otherwise straightforward breach of contract cases. … [T]he Court might rightly dismiss as completely duplicative or otherwise needless a pendant claim in favor of the well-pleaded breach-of-contract count. Doing so … keeps fidelity to Delaware’s pro-contractarian ethos.” Outbox Systems, Inc. v. Trimble Inc., C.A. No. N21C-11-123 PRW CCLD, memo. op. at *22-23 (Del. Super. Ct. Aug. 24, 2022) (Wallace, J.) (compiling cases).
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