M. Duncan Grant, Esquire Christopher B. Chuff, Esquire Pepper Hamilton LLP
David L. Finger, Esquire Finger & Slanina, LLC
The Court has reviewed Defendant Marc Hazout's Motion for Reargument and Plaintiff's response. When it issued its Opinion on June 3, 2015, the Court was fully aware of its significance in light of the previous case law and of the potential impact on the application of jurisdiction under 10 Del. C. § 3114. It fully appreciated Defendant's position when it considered the original Motion to Dismiss and understands its decision may be interpreted as expanding the limits of jurisdiction under the statute. However, that said, it continues to believe the decision was correct and its interpretation of the statute is appropriate under the facts of this case.
The Court finds the arguments made in the Motion for Reargument to simply be a reassertion of those made in the original Motion to Dismiss, and the request for reargument is inappropriate. Nothing has changed in the law, and clearly the decision does not bring about manifest injustice here. As such, the Motion for Reargument is hereby denied.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
William C. Carpenter, Jr., Judge