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Two Berger Harris clients were awarded their attorneys’ fees and legal expenses at an inquisition hearing held by a commissioner of the Delaware Superior Court on December 8. Under the standard articulated by the Court of Chancery in the case of Kulp v. Timmons, the plaintiffs were also awarded fees and costs they will incur in collecting the amount... more
Bloomberg BNA has released the 2017 Supplement to Litigating the Business Divorce (BNA 2016). The book, and this latest update, are co-authored by Berger Harris partner and Business Law Basics co-author Brian Gottesman. From the publisher’s website: Litigating the Business Divorce, written by more than 15 contributors who are authorities in the field, covers all aspects of business divorce, including: Pre-suit... more
Wilmington, DE – November 1, 2017 – Berger Harris LLP is pleased to announce that the firm will provide intellectual counsel services to its clients through a partnership with Catherine Rajwani, special counsel with Berger Harris and a Principal Attorney with Harbor Law Group. Harbor Law Group is a Massachusetts-based law firm which provides a... more
Cross-posted at BusinessLawBasics.com. Berger Harris partners Michelle Quinn and Brian Gottesman presented a continuing legal education (CLE) course at a number of prominent law firms in the Boston area last week. The program was entitled “Best Practices and Expectations in Delaware State Law and Nonconsolidation Opinions.” The presentation material can be downloaded by clicking the links below: “Third-Party Delaware... more
Berger Harris attorneys Brian Gottesman and David Anthony secured an award of $36,000 in unpaid wages on behalf of two attorneys. The attorneys, former W-2 employees of the law firm Novak Druce Connolly Bove + Quigg, filed suit under the Delaware Wage Payment and Collection Act (“Wage Act”). Novak Druce, which is in the process of winding down its affairs, at first did not respond... more