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The Motion You Probably Shouldn't Bother to Make in the Business Court (or in Any Other Court)

I think I might have made a Motion for a More Definite Statement. If I did that, I did it only once, and I can't remember the result. Asking for a more definite statement is a rarely used litigation maneuver, allowed by Rule 12(e) of the North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure . The Defendant...

Delaware Court of Chancery Strikes Impertinent Portion of Complaint

In Carlyle Investment L.L.C. v. Moonmouth Company S.A ., C.A. No. 7841-VCP (Del. Ch. Sept. 10, 2015), the Delaware Court of Chancery grants the rare motion to strike a part of the complaint that the court considers scandalous or impertinent pursuant to Court of Chancery Rule 12(f). See Slip op. at 45...