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Delaware governor nominates two for state's corporate court

Sep 20 2018

WILMINGTON, Del., Sept 20 Delaware Governor John Carney on Thursday nominated a corporate lawyer and a court official to fill two newly created openings on the state's influential Court of Chancery, which is a major venue for major shareholder disputes.

U.S. to 'get moving' on asylum cases of separated migrant families

Sep 14 2018

A U.S. government attorney told a federal judge on Friday the Trump administration would quickly begin to implement an agreement to reconsider asylum for hundreds of families who were separated at the U.S. border with Mexico.

U.S. to reconsider asylum for separated immigrant families

Sep 13 2018

President Donald Trump's administration has agreed to reconsider the asylum claims of some 1,000 immigrant parents and children who were separated at the U.S. border as part of a deal to settle lawsuits over his "zero-tolerance" immigration policy.

Migrant families separated by U.S. are refusing reunification over dangers: ACLU

Sep 08 2018

Immigrant parents separated from their children by the Trump administration and returned to their homes are refusing to be reunited with their children because their countries are so dangerous, an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union told a court on Friday. | Video

California hospital chain with ties to billionaire files for bankruptcy

Aug 31 2018

NEW YORK/WILMINGTON, Del. Verity Health System of California Inc, a non-profit operator of six California hospitals managed by billionaire former surgeon Patrick Soon-Shiong's NantWorks LLC, filed for bankruptcy on Friday to help resolve a cash crunch while it seeks a buyer.

Founder sues Papa John's board to stop 'irreparable harm'

Aug 31 2018

WILMINGTON, Del. The founder and largest shareholder of Papa John's International Inc sued the pizza chain's board and chief executive late on Thursday to stop what he described as "the irreparable harm" they are causing the company, according to a court filing.

Founder sues Papa John's board to stop 'irreparable harm'

Aug 31 2018

WILMINGTON, Del., Aug 31 The founder and largest shareholder of Papa John's International Inc sued the pizza chain's board and chief executive late on Thursday to stop what he described as "the irreparable harm" they are causing the company, according to a court filing.

U.S. reunions of immigrant families grind to a near halt

Aug 09 2018

WILMINGTON, Del. The number of immigrant children in U.S. care who have still not been reunited with their families after being separated at the Mexican border has barely budged in the past week, as the government struggles to locate parents no longer in the United States.

Judge orders migrants returned to U.S. in midst of deportation flight

Aug 09 2018

A federal judge on Thursday ordered an immigrant mother and daughter brought back to the United States after learning during a court hearing that the government had put them on a deportation flight to El Salvador.

Judge calls U.S. efforts to reunite deported parents 'unacceptable'

Aug 03 2018

A federal judge on Friday described as "unacceptable" the U.S. government's progress in reuniting immigrant children in the United States with deported parents and ordered the government to appoint a person to take charge of its efforts.

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