- Corporate Litigation
- General Litigation
JOHN G. DAY is a director whose practice centers on corporate governance litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery. He represents investors, companies, directors, officers, and managers in litigation relating to mergers and acquisitions, fiduciary duties, appraisal rights, inspection of books and records, validity of elections, and other matters. Mr. Day also litigates contract and commercial matters in the Delaware Superior Court and U.S. District Court, and provides advice on Delaware law to parties in disputes in other states and countries.
Mr. Day graduated from the University of Delaware in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. In 2014 he received his Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, from Widener University School of Law, where he was the Manuscript Editor for the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law. In his final year of law school, Mr. Day was the American Bar Association Model Business Corporation Act Fellow. In that role Mr. Day performed research on corporate laws throughout the country for Professor Lawrence A. Hamermesh, the reporter for the ABA Corporate Laws Committee. Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Day was a trooper with the Delaware State Police for ten years.
Mr. Day is admitted to practice in courts of the State of Delaware.