This chapter focuses on Delaware’s efforts to crack down on disclosure-only settlements. The authors test one theory of plaintiff law firms: that there are “white hat” and “black hat” firms, that is, firms that bring meritorious cases and firms that bring weak ones. They find evidence consistent with the existence of “black hat” firms, but also evidence that “white hat” firms may in fact be “gray,” filing strong cases in Delaware and weaker cases outside it. To deal with the problem of “gray hat” behavior, the authors suggest that Delaware probe lead counsel applicants’ conduct outside of Delaware in making lead counsel appointments. Delaware can use its unique position as the center of corporate law to assure that meritorious cases continue to be brought there.