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CSC’s Delaware deskbook keeps readers current on important case law


Delaware is a leading jurisdiction for U.S. and international business entities, and is known worldwide for its judicial system and the judges that decide its corporate cases. Business and legal professionals need to stay on top of Delaware business case law to successfully manage their companies and execute transactions.

CSC®Publishing releases its flagship publication Delaware Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated twice a year to ensure that practitioners are working with the most up-to-date statutory information and have access to the very latest case law.

The Spring 2019 Edition of Delaware Laws Governing Business Entities Annotatedcaptures four dozen new case notes from Delaware state courts and from courts around the country applying Delaware business entity law. A Table of New Annotations lists added cases, and gray bars in the body of the book indicate where they have been inserted. Volume 2 contains a continuously updated collection of annotations from courts around the country interpreting Delaware business law. The edition also features five new full-text cases focusing on the latest legal developments concerning forum selection clauses, demand futility, put agreements, inspection of records, and special committees.

The Spring Edition also includes the latest legislative changes, with updates through Act Chapter 453 of the 149th General Assembly with updates to the Rules of the Court of Chancery through January 5, 2019. The Table of Sections Affected provides an overview of legislative changes, while Blackline Amendment notes indicate how the laws have changed. In addition, in-depth legal analyses written by CSCPublishing’s Senior Legal Advisors, Delaware attorneys Matthew O’Toole and Robert Symonds, explore the impact of the legislation coming out of the 2018 Session.

A comprehensive fee table in Volume 1 helps businesses calculate annual franchise taxes and other related entity fees, while Volume 2 contains the helpful “Guidelines for Persons Litigating in the Court of Chancery.” There is also a companion CD-ROM with more than 150 forms related to business law in Delaware.

 The Spring 2019 Edition of Delaware Laws Governing Business Entities Annotated is available as a two-volume softbound book 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.