Not very many lawyers will tell a judge, “You’re wrong.” And not very many judges will respond, “You’re right.” Still, it happened in Chancery Court.

William E. Manning and Richard A. Forsten, partners in the Wilmington office of Duane Morris & Heckscher, asked Vice Chancellor Jack B. Jacobs to revisit conclusions he drew seven years ago in a case involving a public right-of-way in Dewey Beach.