Chancery Continues Fight to Remain Leader in Business Dispute Resolution

, Delaware Business Court Insider

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In an international, interdependent economy where multinational corporations abound, countries and states vie to serve in the coveted income-generating role of "domicile," in part by passing laws that are attractive to businesses. Delaware has distinguished itself as the leading forum of choice for incorporation in the United States, with more than one million domiciliaries, including the majority of all publicly traded companies in the United States and roughly 64 percent of the Fortune 500.

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