By  on November 6, 2012

One of fashion’s biggest legal tiffs might not be a laughing matter for the parties involved, but that isn’t stopping presiding Judge Leo Strine from getting a few choice comments on the record. At a scheduling conference on Thursday, Strine, of Delaware Chancery Court, weighed in on everything from the timing of a trial to the ever-elusive definition of a WASP and why John Cheever is a must-read for this case, which he described as a “drunken WASP fest.”

This story first appeared in the November 7, 2012 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.

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