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Honeywell Int'l Inc. v. Air Products & Chemicals, Inc., 400, 2004

In a breach of contract action, the Court of Chancery incorrectly determined that defendant could terminate the agreement on two-years' notice and, as a result, erred in requiring defendant to pay damages only for a two-year period.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 04/01/2005
  • Published 04/01/2005


  • JACOBS, Justice:, Before HOLLAND, JACOBS and RIDGELY, Justices.


  • Supreme Court of Delaware


  • For Appellant:
  • Martin P. Tully, John E. Abramczyk and Jason A. Cincilla, Esquires, of Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell, Wilmington, Delaware;  Of Counsel:  Jonathan F. Putnam (argued), Lee Ann Stevenson, Zachary S. Brez and Joshua B. Simon, Esquires, of Kirkland & Ellis LLP, New York, New York;  for Appellants.

  • For Appellees:
  • James W. Semple, Lewis H. Lazarus (argued), Michael A. Weidinger, Matthew F. Lintner and Amy A. Quinlan, Esquires, of Morris, James, Hitchens & Williams LLP, Wilmington, Delaware;  Of Counsel:  Thomas F. Cullen, Jr., Esquire, of Jones Day, Washington, D.C.;  Barry R. Satine, Richard H. Sayler and Jennifer Seraphine, Esquires, of Jones Day, New York, New York;  for Appellee.
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