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Greg Blue is Of Counsel to the firm. Greg focuses his practice on complex business litigation, with an emphasis on disputes involving financial fraud and misconduct, corporate governance, real estate investments, insurance coverage, and employment matters.

Greg is a 1995 graduate of The George Washington University Law School, where he was a member of the Law Review. He is admitted to practice in New York, New Jersey and California.

Most commercial contracts contain a choice of law and forum selection clause. If the contract says that disputes between the parties will only be heard in Delaware courts, the defendant can move to dismiss based on documentary evidence – the contract and the forum selection clause. Similarly, if a plaintiff files a breach of contract

Commercial Division Rule 19-a says that, on a summary judgment motion, the Court may direct the filing of “a separate, short and concise statement, in numbered paragraphs, of the material facts as to which the moving party contends there is no genuine issue to be tried.” Lawyers who don’t handle Commercial Division cases can get

Some people have heard the Japanese kōan “What is the sound of one hand clapping?,” attributed to the Japanese Zen Buddhist Hakuin Ekaku. Well, what is the sound of one party litigating? A default judgment.

When a plaintiff sues and the defendant doesn’t respond, the plaintiff is entitled to a “default judgment.” When the plaintiff