May 20, 2008
The Love Song of the Delaware Court of Chancery
Posted by David Zaring

From The HLS Corporate Governance Blog:

Let us rule then, you and I,
When there’s theft of corp’rate opportunity
Like a patient over-billed by doctors able;
Let us read through certain less well-researched briefs,
The nimbly wrought conceits
Of high-paid lawyers in nearby hotels
Who work so hard all day for corporate shells;
Days that follow, full of insipid argument
Of questionable intent
That lead some to such aggravating questions . . .
Oh, do not ask, “Why is it?”
Let us rule, and don’t inquisit!

In the court attorneys come and go
Talking of prices high and low.

By David Kessler.  Via Ribstein, with his own well-written literary take.


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