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Patent Lawyers, Anticipating a Shake-Up, Warily Watch SCOTUS

By Scott Graham |

The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to reassert a previous interpretation of the rules, which limited patent suits to the districts where companies are incorporated.

Pharma Company Avoids $50M Payment Obligation Over Cancer Drug

By Tom McParland |

The Delaware Court of Chancery on Wednesday ruled that drugmaker Gilead Sciences Inc. can avoid a $50 million milestone payment to shareholders of a company it bought in 2011, finding that a drug it acquired from Calistoga Pharmaceuticals Inc. did not win the kind of broad approval needed to trigger the post-closing bonus.

Oberly, After 'Abrupt' Departure, Reflects on Decades Enforcing Law

By Tom McParland |

Former U.S. Attorney Charles M. Oberly III returned to his old office March 17 to finish packing his papers and possessions, the remnants of a long career in public life that ended abruptly earlier this month.

Committee Announces Sweeping Criminal Code Reforms, Changes to Bail

By Tom McParland |

A committee of influential attorneys and state officials is moving ahead with comprehensive campaigns to completely rewrite Delaware's criminal code and reform its bail system.