Norman Presents on Emerging Trends in Corporate Books and Records Litigation

June 17, 2020
Speaking Engagement

Corporate litigator Steve Norman was a panelist on a live webcast titled “Emerging Trends in Corporate Books and Records Litigation.” Hosted by The Knowledge Group, the webcast covered these topics:

  • Books and Records Litigation: Overview
  • Section 220 Demands: Trends and Developments
  • Notable Cases and Court Decisions
  • Best Litigation Practices
  • What Lies Ahead

Norman is the immediate past chair of the firm's Corporate Group and practices primarily in the areas of corporate and commercial litigation. He has substantial experience in litigating corporate and commercial disputes in the Court of Chancery and the District Court of Delaware, including stockholder class and derivative actions, takeovers and various proceedings under the Delaware General Corporation Law. He frequently counsels stockholders, officers and directors, and Delaware corporations regarding various matters of Delaware corporate and partnership law.

There are a limited number of complimentary registrations available. To inquire, please email by June 16.

For more information, visit the program’s website.

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