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Noble Announces Intention to Retire

By Tom McParland |

Court of Chancery Vice Chancellor John W. Noble has announced that he intends to retire from the bench, effective Feb. 26.

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Strine Pitches Judiciary Budget Request for FY 2017 in Dover

By Tom McParland |

Delaware Supreme Court Chief Justice Leo E. Strine Jr. last week presented the judiciary's budget request for the 2017 fiscal year, stressing the need to invest in employee pay fairness initiatives and upgrade the courts' facilities and technology.

Markell Names Juvenile Defender to Serve on Family Court

By Michael A. Riccardi |

Gov. Jack Markell this morning has announced that Natalie J. Haskins, an assistant public defender and longtime child advocate, is his choice to serve on the Delaware Family Court, replacing Judge Alan Cooper, who died last month.


Steele to Speak at Annual Distressed Investing Event

Myron T. Steele, a partner with Potter Anderson & Corroon and former Delaware Supreme Court chief justice, is set to serve as faculty at the 22nd annual Distressed Investing Conference on Nov. 30 at the Park Lane Hotel in New York City.