Cross & Simon, LLC attorneys have litigated and tried cases in every Delaware court, including matters of corporate governance and valuation, trust and estate disputes, trade secret misappropriation claims, breach of fiduciary duty claims, contract actions and bad faith claims, intellectual property disputes, consumer class actions, and other complex civil actions.
We also have experience in the Delaware Bankruptcy Court handling corporate insolvency and restructuring cases, and out-of-court workouts. Our attorneys regularly represent debtors, trustees, creditors and stakeholders in chapter 11 and chapter 7 bankruptcy cases, and adversary proceedings. We form and dissolve Delaware corporate entities.
Our cases are important to our clients, and important to us. Our attorneys are smart, tenacious, wise and unwavering in their commitment to protecting clients’ interests — against any adversary.
The results of each case depend on the specific factual and legal circumstances of that case. Do not assume that the results of your case will be the same as those shown here.
Cross & Simon’s Nancy McClendon and her husband Coach Drake (with son D.J. #3) lead S.M.M. basketball to AAU Division I world championship in Orlando, Florida! Let’s go! view photo
Chris Simon and Dave Holmes obtain temporary restraining order preventing construction of new cell phone towers on Dewey beaches. more
Cross & Simon obtains stay relief in Hertz bankruptcy case to allow wrongfully imprisoned man to file lawsuit against Hertz. more
Delaware Chancery Court appoints Chris Simon as receiver for Ioxus, Inc. more
Cross & Simon, together with Nixon Peabody, obtain confirmation of plan of reorganization and restructuring for global travel company smarTours, which had been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. read: A message from smarTours
Cross & Simon’s Nancy McClendon and family lead SMM basketball to 5th place finish at AAU national championship! view team photo
Cross & Simon obtains Chancery Court order compelling production of privileged documents, upholding relevancy of Riggs analysis in fiduciary litigation. more