Delaware Supreme Court Rulings on Access to Information That May Facilitate Bringing Litigation

Two recent opinions from the Delaware Supreme Court provide rules for access to information that may facilitate litigation, depending on the application to a particular set of facts.

The Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation blog summary is here, and includes links to the opinions. A National Law Journal article by Sheri Qualters is here, and includes more "color commentary" on the significance of one of the two rulings as a vehicle for making litigation more feasible in some instances.

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