Superior Court Judge Eric Davis Shows His Chops Managing This Nearly Unmanageable Docket
Yes, yes, I made an Austin Powers oops in the last paragraph, y'all. I fixed it. 😂
You discount the fact that Elon, grifter king, can get a better bang for his buck with Navada justice! Last thing he wants is to be accountable to the Delaware Chancery court.
Haven’t given derivation cases a thought in decades. Looking forward to being educated at Murdoch’s expense
Shout-out the Dominion Litigation Spartans. Beat 'em silly, in my eyes.
Uh, yes and no. Judge Davis impressed me tremendously, but Delaware trial courts aren't the only good ones. NY Commercial Part ain't half shabby, although the Delaware Supreme Court is far, far better than the NY Court of Appeals. Delaware law is beautifully responsive to the needs of business. This is great when the needs of business coincide with the needs of the country. But that's not always so. On the third hand, one can view things as a division of labor, with DE taking care of business, and the feds taking care of the rest of us.
Chance you always seem to talk about Delaware but have you ever covered Maine Justice?