Chancery Litigation

Delaware's Court of Chancery is Delaware's primary business court.  It also has jursidiction over Wills, powers-of-attorney, guardianships, etc.  The Court of Chancery's jurisdiction, or its equitable jurisdiction, is very unique and non-lawyers can often get confused over issues of equitable jurisdiction and legal jurisdiction.  A large part of Mr. Campbell's litigation practice has been in the Court of Chancery.  Several years ago, Mr. Campbell represented two (2) homeowners against their mortgage broker who had acquired an interest in the homeowners beach home.  As a result of Mr. Campbell's argument, it was the first time a Court in Delaware recognized a mortgage broker as a fiduciary.  Mr. Campbell has also litigated many cases involving Wills and Estates and the abuses by executors, trustees, and powers-of-attorneys. 

Ramsey v. Toelle

Mr. Campbell represented two homeowners against their mortgage broker who had acquired an interest in the real property. This decision set precedent establishing a mortgage broker as a fiduciary.