By Tom Hals WILMINGTON, Delaware (Reuters) - Two of the most important courts for resolving U.S. business disputes, Delaware's Court of Chancery and its state Supreme Court, may be on the cusp of a dramatic turnover that could affect corporate cases for years to come. The state's tight-knit legal community is abuzz over whether the outspoken head of the Court of Chancery, Leo Strine, will become ...
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