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Lawyer, Partner Again Denied Cut of $2.2B Nursing Home Deal

By Gina Passarella |

The state Supreme Court has affirmed in a two-page order the Chancery Court's rejection of a lawyer's claim that his business partner breached a contract in a $2.2 billion acquisition of a nursing-home portfolio.

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Proposed Legislation Aims to Increase Internet Privacy

By Max Mitchell |

Several state officials unveiled proposed legislation intended to curb employers' access to employees' social media accounts, and generally protect the online security of students and crime victims.

Six Flags Wins Summary Judgment in Patent Suit

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit affirmed summary judgment for Six Flags Theme Parks Inc. in a patent infringement suit related to braking systems on roller coasters.

Death-Penalty Debate Heats Up as House Prepares to Mull Abolition

By Michael A. Riccardi |

Weeks after the Delaware Senate by a 11-9 margin approved legislation to abolish the death penalty in Delaware, a criminal justice advocacy group released a poll showing that 64 percent of Delawareans support life imprisonment without the possibility of parole as an alternative to capital punishment.