The Common Litigation Group provides exceptional legal representation to a variety of enterprise and industry groups, together with power, waste hauling, development, emergency companies, funeral companies, eating places, property management, financial establishments, and colleges and universities that are insured or self-insured. Barry Klayman and Mark Felger, members of Cozen ‘Connor’s Business Litigation and Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring Follow Teams, focus on a current Delaware Courtroom of Chancery case, Schroeder v.Buhannic in the Delaware Enterprise Court Insider.
Utah trial court docket first dominated that the bond was substitute security and consultant could not simultaneously proceed on its claim to foreclose on the lien, and later ruled that the lien was invalid since a preliminary was required – leading to exoneration of the lien release bond and the recovery of attorney’s fees.
Stephen Miller, Vice Chair of the agency’s White Collar Defense & Investigations Observe, and Leigh Ann Benson, an affiliate within the firm’s Business Litigation Department, co-authored, “US Supreme Courtroom Considers Asbestos Actions Beneath Maritime Law” for The Authorized Intelligencer.
This litigation involved the concurrent dealing with of common legislation claims, a statutory environmental value restoration claim, eminent area claims, federal appellate litigation over the extent to which a previous federal action partially resolved this state court docket motion, and an in depth administrative process before a state company.
Barry Klayman and Mark Felger talk about a latest case from the Delaware Bankruptcy Court docket holding that the payments by debtors of discretionary bonuses, not tied to previously enunciated metrics and whereas the debtors have been insolvent, were not per se fraudulent conveyances below the Chapter Code in an article in the Delaware Enterprise Court docket Insider.