2 hrs ago
Delaware Adopts Law Requiring the Destruction of Consumers' Personally Identifiable Information
On July 1, 2014, Delaware Governor Jack Markell signed into law Delaware House Bill 295, which amends Section 6 of the Delaware Code relating to trade and commerce.
10 hrs ago
Tech seeks life after death for accounts
Members of the tech industry and estate lawyers are pushing Congress to tweak an email privacy law to ensure that digital accounts don't die when their users do.
11 hrs ago
Fort DuPont to Get Makeover
Fort DuPont will be getting a makeover. Governor Jack Markell visited the historic site yesterday to sign legislation to renovate and redevelop the former military complex.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Protection For Whistleblowers Among 8 New Election Laws Signed
Among the legislation signed Tuesday, one offers more protection for whistleblowers who report and refuse to participate in violations of campaign finance laws.
Apparently, apples don't fall far from the tree
Millennials' Political Views Don't Make Any Sense," the headline blared on The Atlantic website.
2014 Amendments to the Delaware General Corporation Law
On July 15, 2014, Delaware Governor Jack Markell signed Delaware House Bill No. 329, which makes a number of noteworthy changes to the Delaware General Corporation Law.
Leading Edge Ventures launches early-stage fund
Leading Edge Ventures I, L.P., announced today the formation of an early stage venture fund.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
DOVER , Del.- It's no secret that after serving their country, many military veterans have a hard time finding jobs.
Markell To Sign Veterans' Licensing Bill
Gov. Jack Markell is set to sign legislation aimed at helping members of the military obtain occupational permits and licenses.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
National Public Radio
Kicking The Can Down The Road: A Habit That's Hard To Kick
Obama said he supports the temporary highway bill passed by the House last week - but he doesn't like it.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Whitney Tilson's School Reform Blog
Talented poor kids aren't even applying to top schools that want them
I hadn't heard of this promising program in Delaware to address a vexing problem - talented poor kids aren't even applying to top schools that want them.
Business Law Prof Blog
Drama on the Delaware Supreme Court
As Haskell Murray previously noted ,after Justice Jack Jacobs of the Delaware Supreme Court announced his retirement, Governor Jack Markell quickly nominated a replacement - Karen Valihura - who would be only the second woman justice in the Court's history.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Southern Delaware Tourism Board of Directors installs new chairperson
Scott Thomas, executive director of Southern Delaware Tourism, presents the tribute given by Gov. Jack Markell and Lt.
Rehoboth outfall plan not a done deal
As the CEO of Artesian Resources Corporation, I am compelled to correct some misunderstandings, and even misrepresentations, regarding the spray irrigation alternative that Artesian proposes for Rehoboth's treated wastewater disposal needs.
Lawmaker criticizes DelDOT's bridge-repair actions
President Obama used I-495 - the out-of-service six-lane highway that stretches from Delaware County almost to the end of the New Jersey Turnpike and includes a damaged bridge that has jammed traffic this summer on nearby I-95 - as a backdrop for a vague speech about encouraging private investors to finance upgrades of American highways, bridges, ... (more)
Thu Jul 17, 2014
The White House
President Obama: "Let's Build Some Bridges. Let's Build Some Roads."
President Barack Obama delivers remarks before he signs an executive action creating the Build America Investment Initiative during an event near the Interstate 495 Bridge at the Port of Wilmington in Wilmington, Del., July 17, 2014.
The White House
Remarks by the President on the Economy -- Wilmington, DE
Please have a seat. It is wonderful to be back in Delaware. Before I begin, obviously the world is watching reports of a downed passenger jet near the Russia-Ukraine border.
Criminal Justice Council names executive director
Lt. Gov. Matt Denn, chairman, of the Delaware Criminal Justice Council announced this week that the group unanimously confirmed the appointment of Sussex County resident Christian L. Kervick as its executive director.
Attorneys seek dismissal of marijuana dispensary lawsuit
Contract negotiations to establish the state's first marijuana dispensary appear to have hit a snag because of a lawsuit filed by former Lewes Councilman Judson A. Bennett.
Obama to Discuss Infrastructure in Delaware Visit
Obama plans to discuss his initiative Thursday in a speech at the Port of Wilmington, where the Interstate 495 bridge over the Christina River will serve as a backdrop.