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Jacobs returns to Young Conaway after nearly 3-decade career on Chancery, Supreme courts

Young Conaway's Bankruptcy and Restructuring  Group, Wilmington,  announced that Jack Jacobs has returned to the firm. Jacobs spent nearly three decades in a judicial career on the  Delaware Court of Chancery and the Delaware Supreme...

AAA Mid-Atlantic comes out swinging against marijuana legalization bill

Wilmington-based AAA Mid-Atlantic was quick to announce fierce opposition to  a newly introduced bill that would legalize recreational  use of a small amount of marijuana. "AAA strongly advocates for the safety of drivers, passengers, and...

Delaware joins lawsuit alleging conspiracy by generic drugmakers to raise prices

Delaware   joined 42 states and Puerto Rico in a lawsuit against Teva Pharmaceuticals and 19 of the nation’s largest generic drug manufacturers.  The suit alleges a broad conspiracy to artificially inflate and manipulate...

Single-use plastic bag ban moves out of committee

Legislation to sharply limit the availability of single-use plastic bags passed a Delaware House committee Wednesday. Sponsored by Rep. Gerald Brady, D-Wilmington,  HB 130 would largely ban single-use carryout plastic bags at large retailers and...

Statement claims Delaware denial of Illegal Pete’s LLC seemed to...

While lawsuits filed over limited liability companies sometimes stay out of the spotlight, the owner of a small Denver-based restaurant chain is OK with the case getting national attention. Illegal Pete’s  filed the suit due...

Illegal Pete’s cries foul over LLC denial by State of Delaware

A small Colorado restaurant chain is suing the State of Delaware over its apparent denial of Delaware Limited Liability company status. The Associated Press reported the suit was filed by Illegal Pete’s, a company with...

Revenue forecast shows nearly $51 million gain

The latest forecast from the  Delaware Economic and Financial Advisory Council indicates nearly $51 million in additional revenues are available in the next fiscal year’s budget. Projected fiscal 2020 revenues are up more than $146...

Bankruptcy judge Gross to retire

After presiding over major bankruptcy cases that included the  Los Angeles Dodgers, Delaware U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Kevin Gross is planning to retire. Gross plans to step down in March 2020 after 14-years at the...

GOP lawmakers introduce state government transparency, efficiency bills

Republican lawmakers offered more information on legislation they see as improving the transparency, efficiency, and accountability of state government. Five of the bills are new proposals, while three were introduced in the last legislative session...

Bankruptcy, litigation specialist McDermott Will & Emery opens office in Wilmington

McDermott Will & Emery opened its newest office in Wilmington.  A Wilmington presence equips McDermott to meet the growing demand for complex corporate and commercial legal services, a release stated. The firm noted that Wilmington has...