Mozal and Venuti Discuss the Delaware Court of Chancery's Examination of Contractual Limitations on Post-Closing Fraud Claims
Counsel Nick Mozal and associate Matt Venuti authored "Delaware Court of Chancery Examines Contractual Limitations on Post-Closing Fraud Claims" for the latest edition of Deal Points. The article is available online here.
Mozal is counsel in the firm's Corporate Litigation Group and focuses his practice on corporate and commercial litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery and Supreme Court. His experience includes litigating stockholder class and derivative claims, and statutory proceedings under the Delaware General Corporation Law, such as actions concerning advancement, appraisal, and contested board elections. He also counsels directors and special committees regarding issues of corporate governance and fiduciary duties.
Venuti is a member of the firm's Corporate Litigation Group. He focuses his practice primarily on corporate and commercial litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery.
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