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The Delaware Court of Chancery in Sider v. Hertz Global Holdings, C.A. No. 2019-0237-KSJM, Order (Del. Ch. June 17, 2019), recently resolved an issue of first impression for the court: “should a defendant be permitted immediate appellate review of a decision granting entitlement to advancement, although disputes concerning the reasonableness of advancement fees remain unresolved?” In Sider, Vice Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick rejected the request for interlocutory review, reasoning that the defendant could not establish one of the elements of the interlocutory appeal standard: “that there is no just reason for denying the appeal.”

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