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Flowers Ends Bid for Reelection, Plans to Leave Delaware

By Jeff Mordock |

State Treasurer Chip Flowers announced last week that he has dropped out of the state treasurer's race, but will serve out the remainder of his term before relocating to Massachusetts.


Markell Administration Sets Up Timeline to Replace Justice Berger

By Jeff Mordock |

The Delaware General Assembly is set to hold a special session Oct. 8 to confirm a replacement for outgoing state Supreme Court Justice Carolyn Berger, according to Andrew Lippstone, chief legal counsel for Gov. Jack Markell.

Former Del. Supreme Court Justice Walsh Dies at 84

By Jeff Mordock |

Former Delaware Supreme Court Justice Joseph T. Walsh died the morning of Aug. 15 after a battle with cancer, sources close to the former judge have confirmed. He was 84.

Widener Law Hires New Business Bankruptcy Professor

Widener University School of Law added Bruce Grohsgal to its Institute of Delaware Corporate and Business Law faculty. He will focus on issues in business bankruptcy law.