Corporate-friendly Delaware state laws are only part of the reason that so many businesses choose to set up shop in the first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. With a special Court of Chancery that hears cases strictly involving corporate matters and an unusually well-developed and predictable body of corporate law, Delaware is an excellent place for business moguls and attorneys alike. For legal practitioners, Delaware offers a robust body of case law to research and reference during case strategy formulation.
However, with nearly two and a half centuries of Delaware state laws in effect and a high volume of annual commercial transactions, conducting legal research in the state of Delaware can be a time-consuming and tedious task without the right resources. Not only is it important to find the right Delaware case law to support your position, but it’s vital to see at a glance how Delaware court cases have been treated by the courts over the years and across jurisdictions.
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