Delaware Supreme Court Chief Justice Leo E. Strine Jr. has asked the state’s lawmakers to create seats for two new vice chancellors on the Delaware Court of Chancery as part of his fiscal year 2019 budget request.

On Wednesday, Strine told members of Delaware’s Office of Management and Budget in Dover that a growing docket of complex corporate cases supported the proposed expansion of the court’s current five-member bench to seven.

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