Plaintiff Newly Assigned to Judge Connolly’s Courtroom Amends Its Prior Disclosure

  • May 22, 2022
  • Category: In Case You Missed It, TPLF
    Tag: TPLF

In mid-April, District of Delaware Chief Judge Colm F. Connolly posted two new standing orders related to that courtroom’s disclosure requirements: one requiring litigants to disclose details related to any nonrecourse funding arrangements with third parties and a second requiring all “nongovernmental joint ventures, limited liability corporations, partnerships or limited liability partnerships” to include in disclosure statements “the name of every owner, member and partner of the party, proceeding up the chain of ownership until the name of every individual and corporation with a direct or indirect interest in the party has been identified”. At least one plaintiff has now responded to the application of these new standing orders to cases in its campaign.

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