By Ellen Bardash | June 17, 2021
A case filed in Delaware Superior Court is the first anywhere to claim Aziyo Inc. was negligent in sending out a bone marrow product thought to be contaminated with tuberculosis, but attorneys for the Delaware plaintiff say similar cases are expected to be filed soon.
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By Ellen Bardash | June 16, 2021
"When things first shut down in Delaware in March of last year, it was like somebody flipped a light switch and turned a light off," said downstate defense lawyer Alexander Funk. The key now is for the court to manage its way to full reopening.
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By Aleeza Furman | June 16, 2021
The Delaware State Bar Association women and the law section is set to hold the CLE program "Things That Hold Lawyers Back: Impostor Syndrome, Fear of Failure, Fear of Success 2021."
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By Ellen Bardash | June 15, 2021
Susan L. Burke's 34-year career has earned her recognition on a national and international scale, including a $5.25 million judgment for Iraqi plaintiffs tortured at Abu Ghraib prison and a settlement with security firm Blackwater for its killing of Iraqis in Baghdad.
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By Justin Henry | June 15, 2021
Attorneys at the combining practices have referred several client matters to one another in the years leading up to the merger, with their clientele composed of high-net-worth individuals and small family businesses.
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By Aleeza Furman | June 14, 2021
Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell announced that partner Todd Flubacher is slated to speak on a panel at the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel program, "Let's Be Clear! Drafting to Minimize Litigation and Disputes."
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By Justin Henry | June 14, 2021
"Delaware's status when it comes to incorporation and New York's status as a place where business happens means the two markets are indelibly linked," said Michael Maimone, now at Barnes & Thornburg.
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By Zack Needles | Karen Sloan | June 11, 2021
In this week's episode, Law.com's Ross Todd talks with Susan Saltzstein, a securities and complex litigation partner at Skadden, about what's driving the recent uptick in securities litigation over SPAC transactions—and why it all feels familiar.
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By Ellen Bardash | June 11, 2021
"Consulting with businesses about how to comply with Delaware's law and regulations, there's going to be opportunities there, and then there's also going to be opportunities for people in the legal community to represent the other businesses that support the legal cannabis industry," Adam Windett, a director of the Delaware Cannabis Advocacy Network, said.
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