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Delaware District Court Law Update: Order requiring new procedures for the filing, service, and management of highly sensitive documents (“HSD”)

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In IP Litigation | On February 1, 2021

On January 29, 2021, Chief Judge Stark entered the below Order requiring new procedures for the filing, service, and management of highly sensitive documents (“HSD”). This is in response to recent breaches of private sector and government computer systems. Here is a summary of the Order and a brief discussion as to why it will […]

Executing Legal Documents at a Distance

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In Trusts and Estates | On April 16, 2020

Certain legal documents must be witnessed and also possibly notarized in order to be valid. Others are witnessed and/or notarized because it’s considered best practice to avoid disputes later. With States issuing stay at home orders, how can people satisfy legal requirements and best practices of document execution while following the law and taking the […]

Delaware’s Governor Adopts Tenth Amendment to State’s COVID-19 Order, Addresses Annual Stockholder Meetings

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In Corporate -Counseling & Litigation | On April 7, 2020

Yesterday, Delaware’s governor, John C. Carney adopted a tenth amendment to the state’s COVID-19 related emergency order. Among other things, the amendment allows publicly listed Delaware corporations to notify stockholders of a change in their annual stockholder meeting from in-person to virtual solely by a document publicly filed by the corporation with the Securities and […]

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