Susan Gore, the heiress to the W.L. Gore fortune, will not have to bear the cost of attorney fees and expenses for the litigation that resulted after she legally adopted her ex-husband, Jan C. Otto,
Originally Published: Delaware Law Weekly
The Delaware Court of Chancery has denied a motion by shareholders of Pennsylvania-based BioClinica Inc. to expedite their lawsuit against the company, holding that the company did not adopt preclusi
Like their bigger competitors, midsize law firms have hired fewer associates since the recession. Still, hard times have proven a boon in one sense
Originally Published: National Law Journal
... Robert J. Krapf, director of Richards, Layton & Finger, was elected by the members of the American...
A Philadelphia judge has removed the trustees from two trusts worth $27.9 million as of the fall of 2010 because the trustees failed to appoint a third trustee and because income was not distributed
The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that two United Kingdom entities seeking to pursue debt claims against Nortel Networks Inc. in their home country are not governmental units and, there
Despite objections made by a Cleveland union pension fund, the Delaware Chancery Court granted final approval to the $89.4 million settlement Del Monte Corp. and Barclays PLC reached with Del Monte's
...with the Delaware firms Morris Nichols Arsht & Tunnell and Richards Layton & Finger, where she practiced in areas such as mergers and acquisitions...
In a recent Delaware Court of Chancery opinion, In re Massey Energy , the court provides an extended discussion concerning the valuation of certain pre-merger derivative claims against the directors
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