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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Attorney General outlines reasons for rejection of Purdue opioid settlement

Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings issued a response to a rejected settlement with opioid maker Purdue and the Sackler family, which owns the company. Earlier this week, Delaware filed suit against the Sacklers. "A majority of states...

Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware launches door-to-door campaign for Chancery reforms

Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware (CPBD) has announced the kick-off of a  door-to-door campaign aimed at making its case for reforms in  Chancery Court. "Our message is reaching voters across the state – and it's...

Delaware Attorney General joins lawsuit on treatment of children in immigration custody

Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings today announced that she is joining a lawsuit opposing the Trump Administration’s new rule circumventing the Flores Settlement Agreement, which has governed the treatment of children in immigration custody since 1997. In the complaint...

Bipartisan bill co-sponsored by Coons seeks to grow Apprenticeship programs

A bipartisan group of senators and congressmen, including  Chris Coons introduced the Apprenticeship Hubs Across America Act. This bill establishes a new initiative to grow and expand  Apprenticeship Hubs, which are organizations that help employers design,...

TransPerfect dispute shows no signs of going away

Good afternoon everyone, The aftermath of the dispute over control of TransPerfect rolls on, even though Delaware Chancery Court last year ruled that co-founder Philip  Shawe could buy out  50-50 owner and former fiancé Liz...

Insurance Data Security Act signed into law after wave of data breaches

 House Bill 174, the Delaware Insurance Data Security Act, was signed into law.  The measure calls for insurers who do business in Delaware to implement information security programs, report instances of data breaches and empowers...

Feds file suit in Delaware in effort to stop travel tech ...

The Department of Justice filed a civil antitrust lawsuit in Delaware seeking to block Sabre Corporation’s $360 million acquisition of Farelogix, Inc. Both companies are incorporated in Delaware. Sabre indicated it will fight the action by...

Law notes: Pro-Business Delaware, Legal resource fair, Potter Anderson, Connolly Gallagher

Community (legal)  Resource Center Center Fair coming this month The Second Annual Community Resource Center Fair is slated for  Aug. 16, at the plaza in front of  the Leonard L. Williams Justice Center (courthouse)  at...

State gets cease and desist order, restitution from California mortgage loan modification firms

The Delaware Department of Justice’s Consumer Protection Unit reached a settlement with two California-based companies requiring them to stop advertising and selling mortgage loan modification and debt relief services in Delaware and to provide...

Delaware gets $1 million for consumer protection fund from Equifax settlement

 Equifax has settled with regulators after an investigation into the largest-ever breach of consumer data. Under the terms of the settlement, Equifax agreed to provide a single Consumer Restitution Fund of up to $425 million...