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Cross-Border Rulings Set Path for Massive Nortel Asset Split

By Gina Passarella |

It took two judges in two different countries, with the assistance of some beefed up courtroom technology, to decide the question of how the approximately $7.3 billion in Nortel Networks assets should be split between the bankrupt company's three international estates.

Del. Superior Court Judge Lacked Jurisdiction to Review Recount

By Lizzy McLellan |

A single judge of the state Superior Court does not have jurisdiction to review the actions of two Superior Court judges acting as a Board of Canvass following an election, the Delaware Supreme Court has ruled.


Strine Stresses Need to Address Racial Disparities to DSBA

By Michael A. Riccardi |

Delaware must face up to the fact that its criminal justice system's outputs reflect serious racial disparities, Chief Justice Leo E. Strine Jr. told bar leaders in his annual "State of the Judiciary" message to the Delaware State Bar Association last week.

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ACLU Challenges GPS Tracking for Delaware Sex Offenders

By Saranac Hale Spencer |

Delaware's use of GPS tracking devices on people who were convicted years ago of sex crimes is unconstitutional, according to a challenge to the law brought by the ACLU.