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Attorney General Candidates Debate Judicial 'Leniency'

By Jeff Mordock |

Lt. Gov. Matt Denn said Delaware's criminal court judges are too lenient and, if elected attorney general, he will arrange for judges to meet face-to-face with law enforcement officials to discuss the impact their rulings have on communities.

Chancery Court Revokes Written Will in Favor of Oral Contract

By Jeff Mordock |

In a rare move, the Delaware Court of Chancery has invalidated a will bequeathing a decedent's property to his youngest son because it conflicted with an earlier oral contract to leave the property to the deceased's oldest son.

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Former DuPont General Counsel Sager Joins Ballard Spahr

By Gina Passarella |

Retiring DuPont Co. General Counsel Tom Sager traveled to Philadelphia for a meeting at Ballard Spahr in the early 1990s as part of his oversight of DuPont's outside counsel convergence program.

Radio Exec Ordered to Return $700K in Alleged Diverted Profits

By Jeff Mordock |

The Delaware Court of Chancery has ordered an employee of the radio station Kiss 101.7 to repay $701,686 he allegedly diverted from the station to his consulting business by charging promoters to add songs to the station's playlist.