Legal news site Law360 has set out its “cases to watch” in Delaware for 2020 [$$$], including the Jarden appraisal and a case where an appraisal action led to a legal malpractice claim. In the case of Jarden, which we’ve covered before, is being appealed to the Delaware Supreme Court, and if ultimately heard, promises to both further clarify and further complicate the appraisal landscape. Also before the Supreme Court is a case where an appraisal action has led to a now long-running fight involving allegations of legal malpractice. In that case, ISN Software, while having a nucleus involving appraisal, the core issue is one about statutes of limitations and when claims accrued.

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Rich is an experienced securities litigator focusing on value-generating legal strategy.  Rich brings to each matter a deep knowledge of the quantitative methods side of securities litigation, especially damages computation, event studies, econometrics/economics and the theories, tools, and strategies involved in the preservation…

Rich is an experienced securities litigator focusing on value-generating legal strategy.  Rich brings to each matter a deep knowledge of the quantitative methods side of securities litigation, especially damages computation, event studies, econometrics/economics and the theories, tools, and strategies involved in the preservation and maximization of the value of client’s securities claims.