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Chaney Hall, Fox Rothschild

Both the Delaware Court of Chancery and the Delaware Superior Court emphasize that discovery must proceed in a timely manner in accordance with the scheduling order entered by the court. Litigants who delay in bringing their discovery disputes before the court may find themselves without a remedy. Similarly, the courts are showing little tolerance for a failure to adhere to deadlines or to communicate effectively with opposing counsel or the court. This review focuses on the pitfalls that busy litigators can avoid.

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