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  • Bayard Attorney Re-elected to Inn of Court Executive Board

    Evan T. Miller, an associate with Bayard P.A., was re-elected to the executive board of the Delaware Bankruptcy American Inn of Court as assistant secretary/treasurer for the 2015-17 term.

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  • Sex Offenders' GPS Tracker Suit to Proceed in Court of Chancery

    A case seeking to end the practice of requiring certain sex offenders to wear GPS monitor ankle bracelets has been allowed to move forward in the Delaware Court of Chancery.

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  • Third Circuit Clarifies Trademark Confusion Standards

    The Third Circuit revived a trademark infringement case between two financial institutions, ruling the district court relied on too narrow of a standard for when trademark confusion in the marketplace exists.

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  • Markell: Reintegrating Offenders Key to Reducing Crime, Prison Population

    Intervention to reintegrate ex-offenders into the community may not have powerful support, but it is necessary to benefit society as a whole and reduce costs, Delaware Gov. Jack Markell told a U.S. House of Representatives panel last week.

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  • Richards Layton Elects New Directors, Counsel

    Richards, Layton & Finger elected Mark Kurtz and Joshua Novak as directors of the firm and Jennifer Veet Barrett, Kenneth Jackman and Cory Kandestin as counsel.

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  • Marshall Dennehey Shareholder Elected DSBA Section Secretary

    Keri L. Morris-Johnston, a shareholder in the Wilmington office of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, was appointed secretary of the workers' compensation section of the Delaware State Bar Association.

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  • Superior Ct. Dismisses 11-Year-Old Fraud Case Against AstraZeneca

    Almost 11 years after the suit was filed, a Delaware court has dismissed a class action against AstraZeneca over its alleged consumer fraud in the marketing of heartburn medication Nexium.

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  • Jurisdiction Agreement Enforced Against Third-Party Beneficiary

    A company's status as an intended third-party beneficiary of a settlement agreement means that it can't get out of a provision in which Delaware jurisdiction was specifically selected, a federal judge in the District of Delaware has ruled.

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  • Class Certification Denied in Suit Over Widener Law Job Stats

    A federal judge in Newark, New Jersey, has denied class certification in a suit brought on behalf of graduates of Widener University School of Law who claimed the school's marketing materials overstated their postgraduate job prospects.

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  • Fox Rothschild Sponsors Lunch for the Homeless

    Fox Rothschild's Wilmington office sponsored lunch for the homeless at the Emmanuel Dining Room in Wilmington.

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