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Delaware – From Hub to Hotbed: Emergence as life sciences player augments traditional role as incorporation capital

MCC: Delaware has long been regarded as the epicenter of corporate law developments, but not as much relative to life sciences and intellectual property. Is that changing and, if so, why? Kelly: It’s not up there yet with Boston or San Francisco, but it’s growing sharply and...

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Justice Jack B. Jacobs: Helping To Shape Delaware Law

Editor: Tell us about your practice as a lawyer and your subsequent history with the Delaware Supreme Court and the Court of Chancery. Jacobs: I started with a small but up-and-coming Delaware law firm in 1968. I was its 11th lawyer and was an associate, and later a partner, and practiced there...

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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Chief Justice Veasey: Putting His Experience To Work

Editor: Please tell us about your recent move to Gordon, Fournaris & Mammarella and your practice there. Are other retired judges also with the firm, and do they engage in ADR? Veasey: I began as special counsel to this firm as of January 1 of this year, having retired from Weil...

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