Blog: Appeals

Flowers v. Office of the Governor, 167 A.3d 530 (Del. Super. Ct. 2017)

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In | On June 9, 2018

In one of the first appeals of an Attorney General’s Opinion under an amended provision of the Delaware Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA”), on an issue of first impression, the Superior Court held that the Office of the Governor did not violate FOIA when it withheld legislatively exempt and privileged communications from a FOIA requestor.   […]

Nichols v. City of Rehoboth Beach, 836 F.3d 275 (3d Cir. 2016)

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In | On September 12, 2016

Connolly Gallagher attorneys Max B. Walton, Mathew F. Boyer and Arthur (“Chip”) G. Connolly III successfully defended the City of Rehoboth Beach in a challenge to a voting provision authorizing a 52.5 million dollar bond referendum. In the District Court litigation, the case was dismissed on standing grounds. On appeal, the City argued that the doctrine […]

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