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"Did Your Attorney Refer You to that Doctor?"

yesterdayIndustries / Law : Tort Talk

A Dynamic Duo(Could be on either side of the bar) In a recent Delaware County Court of Common Pleas decision in the case of English v. Stepchin, No. CP-23-CV-786-2014, 101 Del. 424 (C.P. Del. Co. Nov. 12, 2014 Kenney, P.J.), President Judge Chad F. Show More Summary

Kurt Busch’s Ex Testifies NASCAR Driver Choked Her, In Tearful Courtroom Breakdown

The ex-girlfriend of NASCAR driver Kurt Busch took the stand in a Delaware courtroom Tuesday and testified under oath that the 36-year-old former Nextel Series Cup champion violently assaulted her — and that she needs a protective order from the court to keep the star driver away from her. Show More Summary

Tracking Your Package: An Open Interpretation Of Shipment Notifications

2 days agoOdd : Thought Catalog

Arrival Scan: Your package has arrived somewhere Delaware. Does it matter specifically where in Delaware? What would you do with that information? Are you going to call someone? In Delaware?

Highmark BCBS Conducting Agency Review

Today we learned that Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, the East Coast nonprofit that “dominat[es] the regional health insurance market” in Pennsylvania, Delaware, West Virginia and surrounding areas, has issued an RFP ahead of a formal...Show More Summary

Ex-girlfriend of Kurt Busch breaks down in sobs in court while asking for a no-contact order

A hearing into domestic assault allegations on NASCAR driver Kurt Busch began on Tuesday in Delaware with his ex-girlfriend, the accuser, asking the judge to issues a no-contact order to her former beau. Patricia Driscoll, 36, filedShow More Summary

63,000 Strikes and You're Out? Not in Delaware.

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. once described Massey Energy, a global coal corporation now part of Alpha Natural Resources, Inc., as a "criminal enterprise." Now, it appears that the United States Attorney and a federal grand jury in West Virginia agree with that assessment. Show More Summary

Comcast Will Pay $50 Million to Customers

Comcast Corporation will pay $50 million to 800,000 "cable-TV subscribers in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties and Philadelphia" after U.S. District Judge John R. Padova ruled against the cable giant in a class-action lawsuit on Friday. Show More Summary

White People Crazy: Delaware Teen Charged With Murder For Killing His Father With A Crossbow

SMH… Teen Charged With Crossbow Murder Of Father A 17-year-old in Delaware could face the death penalty for the brutal murder of his father via crossbow. Rawstory reports: A teenage boy in Delaware, charged with murdering his father with a

Delaware teen charged with crossbow murder of father

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

(Reuters) – A teenage boy in Delaware, charged with murdering his father with a crossbow, was being held without bail Saturday in a juvenile detention facility, state police said. Seth Ramsey, 17, of Harrington, was charged with first degree murder and possession of a deadly weapon, Delaware...

Class-Cutting Teen Allegedly Kills Dad with Crossbow to Avoid Argument

Authorities in Delaware have charged a 17-year-old boy with first degree murder after they say he fatally shot his father with a crossbow to avoid a confrontation about skipping school, The Washington Post reports. Read more...

Sixers sign Ronald Roberts, waive Jorge Gutierrez

Sixers sign Ronald Roberts, waive Jorge Gutierrez The Philadelphia 76ers today announced they have signed free agent forward Ronald Roberts from their NBA Development League affiliate, the Delaware 87ers. He is the 11th D-League to NBA “Call-Up” of the 2014-15 NBA Development League season. In a related move, the Sixers waived Jorge Gutierrez. Roberts started all eight [...]

PA: Port Authority in New Push to Reopen PATCO's 'Ghost Station'

The Delaware River Port Authority board on Wednesday approved $500,000 in the agency's 2015 capital budget to examine reopening the "ghost station," closed since 1979.

Delaware State Education Association’s Finances

The Delaware State Education Association is another East Coast union with a relatively stable situation. Total membership – 12,709, up 67 Total revenue – $5 million (85% came from member dues), down $100,000 Budget surplus – $460,000 Net assets – $4.6 million Total staff – 32 Staff salaries and benefits – $3 million Highest paid employee – Howard Weinberg, […]

Charter schools’ ugly separate-but-unequal reality

A new complaint by the Delaware branch of the ACLU examines how they further segregation and social stratification

Liveblogging the American Revolution: December 11, 1776: Crossing the Delaware (Going the Wrong Way...)

[The History Place](http://www.historyplace.com/unitedstates/revolution/revwar-75.htm): >Washington takes his troops across the Delaware River into Pennsylvania. The next day, over concerns of a possible British attack, the Continental Congress abandons Philadelphia for Baltimore. Show More Summary

The Long Reach of Delaware’s Corporate Influence

With more than 60 percent of public companies incorporated in Delaware, the state is king of the deal universe, setting the rules by which deal makers play.

Ocean Roundup: Rufa Red Knot Receives Federal Protection, New Ancient Mollusk Discovered in the Arctic, and More

Red knot (Calidris canutus rufa) at Mispillion Harbor, Delaware. Red knots received protection under the Endangered Species Act yesterday as threatened. (Photo: Greg Breese / USFWS / Flickr Creative Commons) - Yesterday, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed the rufa subspecies of the red knot as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. Show More Summary

Never Limit Where Running Can Take You

This past weekend I participated in the Rehoboth Beach marathon in Delaware, which was my 13th marathon in my running career. Throughout each mile of the race I couldn't help but reflect back to this point in time ten years ago whenShow More Summary

Inside the Football Factory That's Saving Kids from the Streets

Eastern Christian Academy in Elkton, Maryland, was founded three years ago by David Sills IV, a prominent real estate developer in nearby Delaware. While ECA might seem like your typical Christian high school, it is anything but. GoShow More Summary

Merck’s Rose-Colored Deal Making

Just hours after announcing its $8.4 billion acquisition of Cubist, a Delaware judge invalidated patents owned by the antibiotics maker. Merck appears to have been caught up in the M.&.A. exuberance, says Robert Cyran of Reuters Breakingviews.

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