Delaware General Corporate Law § 226 (the “Custodian Statute”) bestows the Delaware Court of Chancery with the power to appoint a custodian for solvent companies and receivers for insolvent companies in certain circumstances. See 8 Del. C. § 226. Specifically, a custodian may be appointed where, inter alia, a company’s “stockholders are so divided

With the battle over data privacy between Apple and the Department of Justice at the forefront of the news cycle, business owners across the country are likely asking themselves: what responsibilities do I have in protecting sensitive customer data?

Firstly, the government has enacted a number of statutes and regulations to further their interest in