Court Of Chancery Limits Fraudulent Inducement Claims

Schonfeld Group Holdings LLC v. Trillium Holdings LLC, C.A. 6759-VCL (March 6, 2012)

It occurs more than you might think that a party to a release later claims that the release is not binding because she was fraudulently induced to sign it.  Applying recent New York law, here the Court holds that if the release covers "unknown claims," then it cannot be set aside by an claim that it was fraudulently induced.

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