Leo Strine Jr., who built a reputation as a preeminent corporate governance expert over two decades deciding business disputes in Delaware, is joining Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, the firm said Monday.

Strine was just 55 when he retired from his position as chief justice of the Delaware Supreme Court last July, about midway through his 12-year term and after 21 years as a Delaware judge.

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