Brett Kandell, et al. v. Dror Niv, et al.

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COURT OF CHANCERY OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE CHANCERY COURTHOUSE 34 The Circle GEORGETOWN, DELAWARE 19947 AND NEW CASTLE COUNTY COURTHOUSE 500 NORTH KING STREET, SUITE 11400 WILMINGTON, DELAWARE 19980-3734 Sam Glasscock III VICE CHANCELLOR October 14, 2016 Peter B. Andrews, Esquire Craig J. Springer, Esquire David M. Sborz, Esquire Andrews & Springer, LLC 3801 Kennett Pike Building C, Suite 305 Wilmington, DE 19807 Kenneth J. Nachbar, Esquire Thomas P. Will, Esquire Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell 1201 N. Market Street Wilmington, DE 19801 RE: Brett Kandell, et al. v. Dror Niv, et al. C.A. No. 11812-VCG Dear Counsel: It was brought to my attention today that the parties have filed a Stipulation Extending the Word Limit and a request for an Order extending the word limit to 16,000 words per brief. I also note that the Opening Brief is due on Monday, October 17. Rather than throw the briefing schedule into turmoil, I have granted the Order to extend the word limit. Please be aware, however, that a motion to extend the word limit should be brought to the presiding judge’s attention in sufficient time for him to consider the request, accompanied by a statement of good cause. Presenting the Court with a Morton’s Fork—blow up the briefing schedule or accede to the request—should, in the future, be avoided. To the extent that the foregoing requires an Order to take effect, IT IS SO ORDERED. Sincerely, /s/ Sam Glasscock III Vice Chancellor cc: Register in Chancery