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Markell Nominates Vaughn for Delaware Supreme Court

By Jeff Mordock |

Gov. Jack Markell has nominated Superior Court President Judge James T. Vaughn Jr. to replace retired Justice Carolyn Berger on the Delaware Supreme Court.

Chancery Affirms Power of Attorney Begins at Inception, Not Incapacity

By Jeff Mordock |

A Delaware Court of Chancery vice chancellor has affirmed a master's report concluding power of attorney for an incapacitated individual starts upon the execution of such an agreement, not when the individual becomes incapacitated.

Plaintiffs Must Exhaust All Remedies Before Filing Suit

By Jeff Mordock |

An operator of a Wilmington home for disabled persons may not challenge the city's condemnation of the house in the Delaware Court of Chancery because he did not pursue administrative remedies before initiating litigation, the court ruled.

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Widener Law to Host Debate For Delaware AG Candidates

Widener University School of Law is set to host, with WDEL 1150AM and WHYY presenting, a political debate among the candidates for Delaware attorney general, including Lt. Gov. Matt Denn, a Democrat, and Ted Kittila, a Republican. Dave Graham, an Independent, and John Machurek, a Libertarian, have also been invited.