A review of Delaware's federal docket has shown that defendants in patent infringement cases are increasingly citing Delaware's judicial vacancies in support of motions to transfer the cases out of the district after a visiting judge first raised the issue two months ago.
Bling and drama are two words that come to mind when one thinks of today’s rap stars. However, a third more common word seems to permeate this genre of musicians and performers–that is debt. Whether it is due to a feeling of entitlement, a result of being surrounded by inept handlers or just plain old theft can be debated, but the fact remains that the failure of many of such performers to pay their bills is epidemic.
The Delaware Court of Chancery on Monday dismissed a books-and-records suit against plastics supplier A. Schulman Inc., finding that the plaintiff's Levi & Korsinsky attorneys—and not their client—were the force behind the suit.
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