Delaware Judges Appear to Give “Paramount Consideration” Differently

September 7, 2020

In response to recent motions for convenience transfers out of Delaware, District Judges Richard G. Andrews and Colm F. Connolly both acknowledged that a plaintiff’s choice of forum should be given “paramount consideration”. However, from there, the two appear to diverge about what “paramount consideration” means when the plaintiff does not have a physical presence in Delaware, but is only incorporated in the state, as is frequently the case.

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