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  • Hedge Fund Appeal Denied in Tribune Media Bankruptcy Case

    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has denied the appeal of a hedge fund vying for litigation that could leave it with more money than it is on track to receive in the Tribune Media Co. bankruptcy case.

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  • Markell Vetoes Measure Targeting Doctor-Patient Sex as Felony

    Saying it could disproportionately penalize consensual behavior between adults, Gov. Jack Markell last week vetoed a bill creating a felony offense for medical professionals to have sexual contact with patients while in the course of providing health care services.

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  • National Firm LeClairRyan Opens Location in Wilmington

    National firm LeClairRyan has opened an office in Wilmington, the firm announced last week, led by a partner with experience in bankruptcy and corporate law.

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  • Connolly Gallagher Attorney Speaks on Collaboration

    Connolly Gallagher associate Trisha W. Hall was a panelist at the Summer School hosted by the Society of Financial Service Professionals' Greater Philadelphia chapter Aug. 12.

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  • Marshall Dennehey Lawyer Elected to DRI Board Position

    Armand J. Della Porta Jr., a shareholder in the Wilmington office of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, was appointed Atlantic regional director of DRI.

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  • Widener Delaware Law Announces Staff Changes

    Widener University Delaware Law School announced faculty changes for the new academic year. Classes began Aug. 19 for students in the juris doctor program.

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  • Al-Jazeera's Indemnification Claims for $100M in Ex-VP Gore Suit Survive

    An Al-Jazeera Media Network subsidiary has kept alive its indemnification claims against former Current TV owners, including former Vice President Al Gore, for more than $100 million.

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  • Insurer in UM Coverage Dispute Can't Make Third-Party Claim

    A third-party complaint by an auto insurance carrier against an alleged tortfeasor has been clipped from a dispute over uninsured motorist benefits brought by a policyholder, according to a ruling last week from a New Castle County Superior Court judge.

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  • Supreme Court's Grant of Perjury Immunity Leads to New Trial

    The state Supreme Court has granted a new trial where the state's "star" witness was given immunity for lying under oath in a case against her son.

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  • Williams Law Firm Announces New Director

    The Williams Law Firm announced that Brian C. Crawford of the Delaware small-business transactions and litigation group became director of the firm.

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