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The Delaware Bankruptcy Insider is a premier blog designed to bring its readers a comprehensive analysis of the latest Delaware corporate bankruptcy news and rulings. Brought to you by Ashby & Geddes, P.A.
Judges and Courts
- Delaware Court of Chancery
- Delaware District Court
- Delaware Supreme Court
- Judge Brendan L. Shannon
- Judge Christopher S. Sontchi
- Judge Kevin Gross
- Judge Kevin J. Carey
- Judge Laurie Selber Silverstein
- Judge Mary F. Walrath
- Judge Peter J. Walsh
- Third Circuit Court of Appeals
- United States Supreme Court
- Delaware District Court Disagrees with Bankruptcy Court’s Ruling and Holds That Committee’s Challenge Rights Survived Entry of the Sale Order and Consummation of Sale
- “Straddling the Line”: Delaware Bankruptcy Court Rules That Not All Tax Liabilities Incurred During a Debtor’s Petition Year are Eligible for Administrative Expense Priority
- Insider’s Scoop: Judge Silverstein Imposes Heightened Standard Regarding Appointment of Future Claims Representative
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Andrew D. Cordo
Andy is a member of Ashby & Geddes’ corporate and commercial litigation and counseling groups, with a practice focused primarily on litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery. Andy’s litigation experience includes acting as lead and local counsel in disputes over corporate and alternative entity control, fiduciary duties and management, and corporate appraisal actions. Andy has also represented clients in a variety of contract and other commercial disputes in the Delaware Superior Court and our federal courts. Andy was an associate member of the Board of Bar Examiners of the Delaware Supreme Court for six years, and is also “AV Preeminent” Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating available, for his legal ability.
Andy’s representative decisions include obtaining dismissal of fraudulent transfer claims against the sellers of a business; obtaining a fee award for his client based upon the opponent’s litigation conduct; upholding a settlement agreement against the opposing litigant’s attempt to reopen the case; as Delaware counsel, successful appraisal litigation and defense of the judgment on appeal; and, recently, a finding in fairness litigation that no damages should be awarded against members of a corporation’s board of directors.