Delaware

Constitutional Law

Delaware puts capital cases on hold while death-penalty issues are mulled by state supreme court

Corporate Law

Shareholder suit asks why Viacom chair Sumner Redstone was paid millions, questions his competency

Criminal Justice

Authorities say paralegal stole nearly $440K, created fake real estate parties to cover up

Business of Law

More than 30 lawyers exit as law firm splits

Trials & Litigation

Kramer Levin is sanctioned $135K for deposition conduct

Criminal Justice

Temple law grad is charged with fatally shooting classmate during claimed drug deal

Criminal Justice

Law grad is shot and killed; his body is found in parked car

Law Firms

LeClairRyan opens in Delaware, its 3rd new office this year

Legal Ethics

Lawyer’s repeated instructions to not answer deposition questions draws sanction for Kramer Levin

Legal Ethics

Former prosecutor is suspended for demeaning remarks, false denial about snitch threat

Consumer Law

Suit claims sapphire purchased by lawyer for $9,000 is actually worth about $30

Criminal Justice

Courthouse shooter’s relatives convicted of cyberstalking, face possible life prison terms

Criminal Justice

Were relatives culpable in shooter’s deadly courthouse attack? Jury to decide in cyberstalking trial

Opening Statements

Delaware leads the way in adopting legislation allowing estate executors access to online accounts

Corporate Law

Delaware bans bylaws imposing legal fees on plaintiffs in losing shareholder litigation

Trials & Litigation

Federal cyberstalking trial blames courthouse shooter’s widow, son and daughter for slaying of woman

Verdicts & Settlements

Jury in Delaware awards $100M to 51-year-old woman in transvaginal mesh case

Securities Law

$72M payday for 2 small law firms OK’d by judge

Careers

New BigLaw associates make the most money in NYC, says survey

Corporate Law

Amid battle over bill banning fee-shifting bylaws in Delaware, legal experts point to loophole