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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

TV producer files suit against Punkin Chunkin, farm owner, TV network and state

A television producer, who was severely injured when a cannon misfired during last year’s Punkin Chunkin event, has filed suit in federal court in Wilmington. Suzanne Dakessian’s wide-ranging suit lists organizers of the event, the...

Richards, Layton & Finger announces promotions

Richards, Layton & Finger,  Wilmington,  elected Kevin M. Gallagher, Susan M. Hannigan, and Beth A. Gansen Knight as directors of the firm, and has appointed Travis S. Hunter and Jason J. Rawnsley as counsel...

TransPerfect employee group rolls out new ads

  Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware  is  taking out advertising that takes on  Robert Pincus, an attorney at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom who has been appointed  to sell the company. Th ad says Pincus is charging  TransPerfect  $1,425 per...

Attorney General’s office issues warning about rental scams

The Consumer Protection Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice warned Delawareans  to be careful when they are looking for a vacation rental.  The scams have been reported in the past in Delaware.  The scammers operating...

Richards, Layton & Finger again tops list in mergers and acquisition work

Richards, Layton & Finger,  Wilmington, reported that it led The Deal’s ranking of merger and acquisitions transactions handled by Delaware law firms in the first half of 2017. Posting 24 deals valued at $100 million or more, Richards...

TransPerfect group says sale process for company is accelerating

A group representing TransPerfect employees warned that the process is selling the company is accelerating.   After signs that an effort to mediate a dispute over control of the company  between owners Philip Shawe and...

Mrs. Fields’ cookie production court battle ends in a draw

Chancery Court has upheld an agreement between mall mainstay, Mrs. Fields Cookies and a commercial baker seeking to get out a contract for cookies sold in retail stores. Chancellor Andrew Bouchard issued a 107-page decision. He...

TransPerfect group praises senators for moving bill out of committee

Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware praised a move that got a bill out of committee. The legislation  would require a three-year waiting period if courts force the sale of a company incorporated in Delaware. The bill...

Supreme Cout ruling upholds Harbeson man’s right to have hobby garage

The Delaware Supreme Court, without comment,  upheld a Chancery Court ruling  on a long-running lawsuit that pitted neighbors against a legless  Harbeson man's hobby garage. The case, which made national news,  pitted Charles Williams, against...

Former Superior Court Judge Young joins Regar Rizzo

Reger Rizzo & Darnall announced that  Robert B. Young,   has joined the Firm as Of Counsel in the Firm's newly opened Dover office. Young joined Reger Rizzo & Darnall in June of 2017, after...