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  • Third Circuit OKs Bankruptcy Accords That Skip Creditor Groups

    A divided Third Circuit has approved the use of structured dismissals of Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases that include settlements that deviate from the Bankruptcy Code's priority system of payouts.

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  • Richards Layton Attorney To Present at M&A Update

    Richards, Layton & Finger director Michael Allen is set to present the Clear Law Institute's "M&A Key Delaware Law Updates for 2015."

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  • Morris Nichols Takes Part In Global Networking Event

    Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell, in cooperation with the American Intellectual Property Law Association, hosted a networking event and dinner May 21 in Wilmington as part of the 2015 Women in Intellectual Property Global Networking Event.

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  • Delaware Supreme Court Revives Abuse Case Against School

    A woman's claims that her former school should be liable for sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her former adopted father, who had also been her teacher, could be headed for trial, after the state Supreme Court overturned a prior decision dismissing the case.

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  • Duane Morris Adds Partner In Trial Practice Group

    Sean J. Bellew joined Duane Morris' trial practice group as a partner in its Wilmington office.

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  • In Speech, Strine Addresses Judiciary's Vision, Dispute Resolution

    The state of our judiciary is strong: We are able to manage most of our cases in a timely way; the relationship between the Delaware bar and our courts remains excellent; and businesses continue to view Delaware as the state of choice for incorporating.

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  • Cross-Border Rulings Set Path for Massive Nortel Asset Split

    It took two judges in two different countries, with the assistance of some beefed up courtroom technology, to decide the question of how the approximately $7.3 billion in Nortel Networks assets should be split between the bankrupt company's three international estates.

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  • Strine Stresses Need to Address Racial Disparities to DSBA

    Delaware must face up to the fact that its criminal justice system's outputs reflect serious racial disparities, Chief Justice Leo E. Strine Jr. told bar leaders in his annual "State of the Judiciary" message to the Delaware State Bar Association last week.

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  • Del. Superior Court Judge Lacked Jurisdiction to Review Recount

    A single judge of the state Superior Court does not have jurisdiction to review the actions of two Superior Court judges acting as a Board of Canvass following an election, the Delaware Supreme Court has ruled.

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  • Bill to Curb Fee-Shifting Bylaws Moves on to Lower House

    The Delaware House of Representatives is now set to be the next stage for consideration of a measure that would prevent stock corporations from passing bylaws that would force activist shareholders to pay attorney fees when they unsuccessfully sue over the actions of corporate directors and officers.

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