Schnell v. Chris-Craft Industries, Inc.
Supreme Court of Delaware
285 A.2d 437
ANDREW H. SCHNELL, JR. AND JACK SAFER, PLAINTIFFS BELOW, APPELLANTS, v. CHRIS-CRAFT INDUSTRIES, INC., A DELAWARE CORPORATION, DEFENDANT BELOW, APPELLEE
H. Albert Young and Edward B. Maxwell, 2nd, of Young, Conaway, Stargatt & Taylor, Wilmington, and Carl F. Goodman, New York, New York, and Jay L. Westbrook, of Surrey, Karasik & Greene, Washington, District of Columbia, for plaintiffs below, appellants.
David F. Anderson and Charles S. Crompton, Jr., of Potter, Anderson & Corroon, Wilmington, and Arthur L. Liman and Daniel P. Levitt, of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, New York, New York, and Washington, District of Columbia, for defendant below, appellee.
Wolcott, Chief Justice, and Carey and Herrmann, Associate Justices. Wolcott, Chief Justice (dissenting).
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