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Exception to At-Will Employment Seen as Narrow in Delaware

By Tom McParland |

In a ruling that narrows the way for departure from the at-will employment doctrine in Delaware, the Court of Common Pleas said it would take a strict approach to the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing in a challenge to job termination.

Delaware Rapid Arbitration Program Off to Slow Start in First Year in Effect

By Tom McParland |

In the year since Delaware launched a revamped arbitration initiative allowing parties to settle disputes quickly and discreetly, the program has so far failed to gain traction among litigants, as not a single proceeding has yet been filed under the new system.

Delaware Launches New Blockchain Initiative for Businesses

By Tom McParland |

Gov. Jack Markell last week rolled out a new initiative that aims to lay the regulatory and legal groundwork to expand the use and development of blockchain technology for Delaware-incorporated businesses.


Former Connolly Bove Attorney Joins Panitch Schwarze

By Tom McParland |

Paul E. Crawford, a former attorney with Novak Druce Connolly Bove + Quigg, has joined the Philadelphia-based intellectual property boutique Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel as senior counsel in its Wilmington office.