ABA Journal

Delaware

237 ABA Journal Delaware articles.

Parties Lawyer Up in Sallie Mae Case

As litigation looms between the now-reluctant buyer of a student loan provider and the willing bride, spectators are looking to see who weighs in as lead counsel in a lawsuit…

Stents Help Patients’ Hearts, Lawyers’ Bottom Line

Coronary artery stents are big business—not only for the companies that make them but also for lawyers.

Litigation over patent rights may be hindering development of new products and forcing…

In-House DuPont Lawyers Post Profit

Like many corporations, DuPont Co. spends a lot of money on its in-house law department. The department’s annual budget was about $230 million last year. However, unlike most corporations, the…

Delaware State U. on Lockdown After Shooting

Delaware State University is on lockdown after a gunman shot and wounded two students early today.

Students have been directed to stay in their dorms, university spokesman Carlos Holmes told…

Judge Delays Private Buyouts

Two deals to sell public companies to private investors have hit a wall in the form of Delaware Judge Leo E. Strine Jr.

In two recent opinions, the chancery court…

Penn. Attorney Disbarred in Delaware

A Pennsylvania attorney has been disbarred in Delaware, even though she was never admitted to practice there and maintains a law office in Pennsylvania.

That’s because Valerie J. Glover, who…