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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Women in IP law community honor outgoing federal judge Sue Robinson

Barnes & Thornburg, Wilmington,  recently hosted the American Intellectual Property Lawyers Association’s (AIPLA) annual Women in IP Global Networking Event at the Hotel du  Pont. Nearly 50 women attorneys, business leaders, and federal judges gathered...

Ropewalk in Fenwick rebranded as Big Eye Jacks

The growing Ropewalk group of restaurants is rebranding and changing The menu at its Fenwick Island location. The  Fenwick establishment will reopen on May 18  as  Big Eye Jacks, with a  “touch of the...

Health care giants expected to fight over break-up fee in failed merger

Anthem, Inc. is expected to fight paying a break-up fee over a failed merger with Cigna. A Delware  Chancery Court ruling sided with Cigna in denying Anthem a temporary injunction as it continued to  press...

Price at the pump drops as gas supplies remain abundant

The price  at the pump have been on a bit of a roller coaster dropped last week.  The average gasolne  price in Delaware was down four cents a gallon, with many stations dropping the posted...

Business people: Jan 19, 2016

Fronczkowski named partner Maillie LLP announced that Edward Fronczkowski has been named Partner effective October 1, 2015.  Maillie LLP is a regional public accounting firm with offices in Mont Clare, PA, West Chester, PA, and Wilmington, DE. Fronczkowski...

Navient awards $6,000 grant to YWCA of Delaware

Navient   announced that Navient Foundation, the company-sponsored philanthropic organization, awarded a $6,000 grant to YMCA of Delaware, a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the emotional, physical and social lives of all individuals and families...

Year in Review: Economy remains a hot issue

  The economy remained a hot issue throughout the year and into 2016. The widely held view in the business circles was that a combination of taxing and spending in Dover was holding back the economy. Also...

Year in Review: A much smaller DuPont in Delaware’s future

The top story in 2015 is the travails of the 200-year-old former gunpowder mill that became the essence of the  modern corporation that seems likely to be swallowed up and spun off. That outcome became...

Year in Review: Murdertown tagline continues to hang over city government

The Murdertown USA label hung over the city throughout the year as state legislators; Attorney General Matt Denn put pressure on the city and Mayor Dennis Williams, a former policeman. Pressure built on the state...

Year in Review: News Journal’s downsizing made news

The state’s biggest newspaper was making news that it did not report in its pages or website. In 2014, News Journal owner   Gannett ordered all employees to apply for their jobs. That resulted in ...