A judge has approved a $123 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of young children who were sexually abused by former Delaware pediatrician Earl Bradley.
The parents of a 14-year-old girl have filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging that the makers of the popular beverage Monster Energy were guilty of fraudulent concealment and negligence in marketing the drink to their child.
An Ohio family has won a $2.86 million jury award against a New York mining company which produced the asbestos which resulted in the death of Michael Galliher.
The city of Newark, Del. has agreed to pay a nearly $1 million settlement to a group of landlords, ending three years of legal wrangling over the city’s rental permit fees.
A recent decision from the Federal Circuit may make it easier for suits against companies incorporated in Delaware to be transferred outside the state.
The city of Wilmington, Del. has settled a lawsuit filed by the widow of an ex-Marine shot to death by police during the investigation of a motorcycle club.
A Delaware jury has awarded $30 million in damages to a man who claimed he was abused by a priest — a verdict that was exceptional for both the dollar value and for finding the local parish liable, not just the diocese.