Glasscock Blocks Direct Route to High Court for Bid to Amend Order Limiting Use of Discovery
A Delaware Court of Chancery judge said Monday that a defendant's attempt to modify a protective order so it could pursue fraud claims in Illinois should not go directly to the state Supreme Court because it had not raised a novel issue under Delaware law.
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What should be the standard of review when the Court of Chancery considers an appeal from a receiver’s disallowance of a claim pursuant to section 296(b) of the Delaware General Corporation Law? In B.E. Capital Management Fund LP v. Fund.com Inc., C.A. No. 12843-VCL (Del. Ch. Oct. 4, 2017), Vice Chancellor Laster held that a receiver’s determination is subject to de novo review and the court has discretion to go beyond the record presented to the receiver by conducting an evidentiary hearing.
Manafort and his deputy, Rick Gates, appeared before U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson Monday.
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