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  • Superior Court Rules Bad Date on Warrant Doesn't Invalidate Search

    While the police search of a robbery suspect's residence was conducted before the warrant process was finalized, a Kent County judge has ruled the defendant's constitutional rights against unreasonable search and seizure were not violated.

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  • Heated Petroleum Dispute Thinned Before Heading to Trial

    A decade-long arrangement between a petroleum seller and a marine terminal operator that devolved into numerous legal disputes is headed toward trial on a streamlined set of claims.

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  • Three Reforms Mark Shift in Views of Marijuana in Delaware

    In the last 30 days, Delawareans witnessed three major events that further loosen restrictions on marijuana use and possession in the state.

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  • Markell Signs Measure To Curb Fee-Shifting Bylaws

    Gov. Jack Markell last week signed into law the package of amendments to the Delaware General Corporation Law, including a provision banning stock corporations from adopting "loser-pays" bylaws that impose attorney fees and costs on activist shareholders who lose lawsuits alleging breach of fiduciary duty on the part of directors or officers.

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  • Benesch Adds Associate To Wilmington Office

    Benesch added William M. Alleman Jr. as an associate with the firm.

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  • Landis Rath Lawyer Chosen for NCBJ Next Generation Program

    Landis Rath & Cobb associate Kimberly Brown was selected as one of 40 bankruptcy practitioners to participate in the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges' fifth annual Next Generation Program.

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  • Fox Rothschild Lawyer Promoted to Partner

    Fox Rothschild attorney Carl D. Neff was promoted to partner in the firm's Wilmington office.

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  • Dealer Statute Only Covers New Equipment, Justices Rule

    Suppliers only have to repurchase new, unused equipment from dealers under Delaware's Equipment Dealer Contracts Statute, the state Supreme Court has ruled in answering a question certified from the Third Circuit.

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  • Supreme Court Condemns Malicious Prosecution Lawsuit Against Convent

    The Delaware Supreme Court has refused to extend the tort of malicious prosecution to a case where the plaintiff contended the underlying matter, filed by a community of nuns, should not have continued without probable cause.

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  • Double-Murderer's Death Sentence Vacated by Superior Court Judge

    The death sentence for a man convicted 14 years ago of committing two murders has been vacated by a Delaware Superior Court judge.

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