Duane Morris LLP
Wilmington, Delaware OfficeView all offices
Suite 1600, 222 Delaware Avenue
(New Castle Co.)
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About this office:
Duane Morris LLP, one of the 100 largest law firms in the world, is a full-service law firm with more than 700 attorneys in 24 offices in the United States and internationally, and offers innovative solutions to the legal and business challenges presented by today's evolving global markets.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative Law; Accountants Liability; Admiralty And Maritime Law; Affordable Housing; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Antitrust And Trade Regulation; Appellate Practice; Architects And Engineers Liability; Aviation And Aerospace; Aerospace Law; Banks And Banking; Banking Litigation; Bankruptcy; Bankruptcy Chapter 11; Bankruptcy Reorganization; Business Development; Business Law; Business Litigation; Business Reorganization; Business Start-Ups; Business Taxation; Charitable Giving; Chemical Intellectual Property; Chemical Patent Prosecution; Civil Litigation; Civil Rights; Class Actions; Closely Held Business Law; Closely Held Corporations; Cobra; College And University Law; Commercial Law; Commercial Litigation; Commercial Real Estate; Complex Commercial Litigation; Computers And Software; Computer And Software Patents; Computer Law; Condominium Law; Construction Law; Construction Litigation; Consumer Law; Content Licensing; Copyrights; Copyright Infringement; Copyright Prosecution; Copyright Protection; Corporate Banking Law; Corporate Commercial Law; Corporate Finance; Corporate Law; Creditor Bankruptcy; Criminal Law; Customs Law; Debt Finance; Debtor And Creditor; Debtor And Creditor Rights; Debtor Bankruptcy; Deportation; Disability Benefits; Disability Insurance; Domain Names; E-Commerce; Education Law; Elder Law; Emerging Growth Companies; Eminent Domain; Employee Benefits; Employee Benefits Litigation; Employment Authorizations; Employment Discrimination; Employment Law; Employment Litigation; Energy; Energy Regulation; Environmental Law; Equipment Finance And Leasing; Equity Finance; Erisa; Estates; Asset Planning; Estate And Gift Taxation; Fair Housing; Family Law; Federal Income Tax; Fidelity And Surety; Fidelity And Surety Bonds; Finance; Financial Planning; Franchise Law; Franchising; General Practice; Government; Government Investigations; Government Relations; Health Care; Health Care Compliance; Health Care Fraud; Health Maintenance Organizations; Homeowners Association Law; Housing Development; Housing Finance; Housing Law; Immigration And Naturalization; Immigration Law; Independent School Law; Information Technology; Initial Public Offerings; Insurance; Insurance Coverage; Insurance Defense; Insurance Litigation; Integrated Health Care Delivery; Intellectual Property; Intellectual Property Infringement; Intellectual Property Litigation; Intellectual Property Procurement; Intellectual Property Rights; International Energy Law; International Finance; International Law; International Taxation; International Trade; Internet Intellectual Property; Internet Law; Internet Patents; Joint Ventures; Labor And Employment; Land Use; Land Use Litigation; Leveraged Buyouts; Life And Health Insurance; Litigation; Local Government Law; Local Taxation; Low Income Housing; Managed Care; Managed Care Contracts; Mechanical Intellectual Property; Mediation; Medical Malpractice; Medicare And Medicaid; Mergers And Acquisitions; Divestitures; Mortgages; Municipal Bonds; Municipal Finance; Municipal Law; Natural Gas; Natural Resources; Nonprofit And Charitable Organizations; Oil And Gas Law; Partnership Law; Patents; Patent Licensing; Patent Prosecution; Personal Injury; Personal Injury Defense; Piracy; Political Asylum; Privatization; Private Foundations; Probate; Probate Litigation; Products Liability; Professional Liability; Professional Malpractice; Professional Negligence; Proxy Contests; Public Finance; Public Housing; Public Policy; Public School Law; Real Estate; Real Estate Acquisitions; Real Estate Development; Real Estate Litigation; Real Estate Tax Assessment; Regulatory Compliance; Regulatory Law; Reinsurance; Reorganization; Rico; Risk Management; Secured Creditors Rights; Securities; Securities Fraud; Securities Litigation; Securities Taxation; Telecommunications Law; Sexual Harassment; Shareholders Disputes; Shareholder Rights; Sports Law; State Government Law; Taxation; Torts; Toxic Torts; Trade Association Law; Trade Secrets; Trademarks; Trademark Licensing; Trademark Prosecution; Trademark Protection; Trusts And Estates; Unsecured Creditors Rights; Utility Law; Visas; Water Law; Water Rights; Web Site Development; White Collar Crime; Workers Compensation; Workouts; Wrongful Death; Zoning Law; Planning Law.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Representative Litigation: “Mootness” Fee Awards
Richard L. Renck, March 30, 2015
It is a nearly universal truth that counsel representing stockholder-plaintiffs in class or derivative litigation against (or on behalf of) Delaware entities will seek an award of fees and costs where their efforts have produced a benefit on behalf of the company or the class they represent. This...
“Per Capita” v. “Per Share” Voting in Agreements-Words Matter
Richard L. Renck, February 17, 2015
In Salamone, et al. v. Gorman, No. 343, 2014 (Del. Dec. 9. 2014), the Supreme Court of Delaware writes for nearly 60 pages sorting out contradictory provisions in a voting agreement that was supposed to clearly spell out the rights of various investors and investor groups to elect directors to the...
Conditions on Statutory Inspections of Corporate Books and Records
Richard L. Renck, February 17, 2015
In United Technologies Corp. v. Treppel, No. 127, 2014 (Del. Dec. 23, 2014), the Supreme Court of Delaware reiterated the Court of Chancery’s wide discretion in placing reasonable conditions on a shareholder’s right to inspect corporate books and records pursuant to Section 220(c) of...