• Clark v. State

    Publication Date: 2019-03-20
    Practice Area: Labor Law
    Industry: State and Local Government
    Court: Delaware Superior Court
    Judge: Judge Streett
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: Heather A. Long for appellant.
    for defendant: William D. Rimmer for appellee.

    Case Number: D68495

    Claimant could assert promissory estoppel claim, though not included in her initial petition with the IAB, where the elements of promissory estoppel were presented to the board and the board considered the issue in rendering its decision.

  • Smith v. Liberty Mut. Ins. Co.

    Publication Date: 2019-01-30
    Practice Area: Insurance Law
    Industry: Education | Insurance
    Court: Delaware Superior Court
    Judge: Judge Streett
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: Lisa C. McLaughlin for plaintiff
    for defendant: Daniel A. Griffith for defendant

    Case Number: D68445

    A school district's insurer had a duty to defend a teacher in an action by a former student for the teacher's sexual misconduct, because the underlying complaint included claims that fell within the policy. Ambiguity existed with regard to a policy exclusion, so the court resolved the ambiguity against the insurer.

  • Desai v. State

    Publication Date: 2018-11-28
    Practice Area: Criminal Law | Evidence
    Industry:
    Court: Delaware Superior Court
    Judge: Judge Streett
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: Michael W. Modica, attorney for appellant
    for defendant: Jillian L. Schroeder, attorney for defendant.

    Case Number: D68376

    State trooper was qualified witness to admit breathalyzer calibration logbook under business records exception where trooper had personal knowledge of state chemist's practice of completing logbook right after conduct calibration test.

  • Reybold Venture Group V-A, LLC v. New Castle County Office of Assessment

    Publication Date: 2018-07-11
    Practice Area: Administrative Law | Tax
    Industry: Real Estate
    Court: Delaware Superior Court
    Judge: Judge Streett
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: Michael J. Isaacs and Wali W. Rushdan, II for appellant
    for defendant: Adam Singer for appellees.

    Case Number: D68209

    A county assessment board abused its discretion and deprived a party of due process when it refused to grant a taxpayer's request for a continuance after the county presented new information at the hearing.

  • Bridev One, LLC v. Regency Ctrs., LP

    Publication Date: 2018-05-02
    Practice Area: Creditors' and Debtors' Rights | Landlord Tenant Law
    Industry: Food and Beverage | Real Estate
    Court: Delaware Superior Court
    Judge: Judge Streett
    Attorneys: For plaintiff:
    for defendant:

    Case Number: D68122

    Superior court continued to possess jurisdiction to issue charging orders to execute judgments against LLC membership interests, where the statutory vesting the chancery court with jurisdiction to issue charging orders did not vest exclusive jurisdiction or divest the superior court of jurisdiction to issue such orders.

  • Bridev One, LLC v. Regency Ctrs., LP

    Publication Date: 2018-04-25
    Practice Area: Creditors' and Debtors' Rights | Landlord Tenant Law
    Industry: Food and Beverage | Real Estate
    Court: Delaware Superior Court
    Judge: Judge Streett
    Attorneys: For plaintiff:
    for defendant:

    Case Number: D68122

    Superior court continued to possess jurisdiction to issue charging orders to execute judgments against LLC membership interests, where the statutory vesting the chancery court with jurisdiction to issue charging orders did not vest exclusive jurisdiction or divest the superior court of jurisdiction to issue such orders.

  • State of Delaware v. Seaton

    Publication Date: 2018-02-14
    Practice Area: Criminal Law | Evidence
    Industry:
    Court: Delaware Superior Court
    Judge: Judge Streett
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: William L. Raisis for the state
    for defendant: Michael W. Modica for defendant.

    Case Number: D68044

    A state trooper did not have probable cause for a traffic stop where the defendants vehicle drifted slightly into an adjacent lane for a brief period, because no other vehicles were in the vicinity and defendant was not speed-ing or otherwise violating traffic laws.