The Delaware Senate recently confirmed Governor John Carney’s nominees to serve as the Chief Justice and Associate Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court.  In October of 2019, former Associate Justice Collins Seitz, Jr. was nominated by the Governor to replace Leo. E. Strine, Jr. as the Chief Justice,  in light of the latter’s retirement.  Tamika

Recently, Governor John Carney nominated Morgan Zurn and Kathaleen McCormick to serve as Vice Chancellors for the Delaware Court of Chancery.  The number of jurists on the Court of Chancery was recently increased by two.  Morgan Zurn presently serves as a Master for the Court of Chancery.  Prior to joining the Court of Chancery, Master

On July 18, 2018, the Delaware Supreme Court issued an Order to improve attorney work life balance.  The Order requires that each state court in Delaware amend their rules to set forth a 5:00 p.m. ET electronic filing deadline for the majority of filings.  To read an announcement from the Delaware Supreme Court discussing the

Effective July 1, 2018, certain amendments to Rule 28, Rule 153 and Rule 170 of the Delaware Court of Chancery Rules will go into effect (redline versions of the Rules are linked).  A summary of these recent rule amendments are provided below:

Rule 28. Persons before whom depositions may be taken. This amendment

View of buildings along 11th Street at sunset in downtown Wilmington, DelawareFox Rothschild is pleased to announce that, effective June 11, it will merge with Shaw Fishman Glantz & Towbin LLC, a 23-attorney firm with robust practices in bankruptcy, commercial litigation and real estate. The merger with the Chicago-based firm will also deepen Fox’s capabilities in Wilmington, with the addition of counsel Johnna Darby and partner

By order dated April 16, 2018, the Delaware Supreme Court has amended Delaware Supreme Court Rule 14(g)(i).  The amendments allow parties to cite to cases in Fastcase, a legal research system that members of the Delaware State Bar Association can access for free.  This is in addition to Westlaw and Lexis, which were already contemplated