By: Marc Casarino and Lori Smith Provisions designating the law governing contractual disputes are commonplace. However, designation of the governing law does not necessarily establish the jurisdiction within which the dispute must be decided. Parties who do not appreciate this distinction may be surprised that they cannot litigate their dispute in the jurisdiction they selected […]
By: Marc Casarino, Sean Mahoney, Joshua Mooney and Carl Koerner Delaware recently revised its General Corporation Law (DGCL) to provide specific authority for Delaware corporations to use networks of electronic databases, including the nascent “blockchain” database technology, for the creation and maintenance of corporate records.
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