New York Supreme Court Justice Shirley Kornreich was none too pleased earlier this year to find herself in a tug of war with Delaware's top business court judge, Leo E. Strine Jr., in litigation over NYSE Euronext's $8.2 billion sale to IntercontinentalExchange. "Who — please tell me it's not Chancellor Strine who has the Delaware cases?" she pleaded back in January.
Court Puts New York Litigation on Hold in NYSE M&A Battle
Delaware Business Court Insider
March 20, 2013
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