ARTICLES

  • Getting Divorced: What to Expect

    Common questions about divorce are answered in this article from Family Advocate. Read More...

  • Stop Saying That: Phrases That Even Inigo Montoya Would Tire of Hearing (Precedent Magazine)

    Education law and government services attorney, Tracey Waldmann, shares insights with other lawyers about effective use of language. Some of the overused phrases include: “With all due respect,” “at the end of the day,” and others. Read More...

  • Working From Home and Making It Work (MomSpace)

    According to Gabrielle Goham in her article for MomSpace, “More and more moms are delaying having children until their careers reach a point at which they feel secure about introducing the new and daunting priority of children into their already busy lives..." Read More...

  • Is Private School the Answer (MetroKids Magazine: Special Kids Edition)

    Special needs attorney, Gabrielle Sereni, authored an article for MetroKids addressing whether or not private, independent schools or public schools are the right answer for children with special needs. Read More...

  • Delaware Court Holds That Corporate Officers Have The Same Fiduciary Duties As Corporate Directors Under Delaware Law (Mondaq)

    In 2009, the Supreme Court of Delaware in Gantler v. Stephens, No. 132, 2009 Del. LEXIS 33 (Del. Jan. 27, 2009) (unpublished decision) addressed the question of the fiduciary duties owed by corporate officers to shareholders. Attorney Tracy Waldmann discusses the Gantler case in her Mondaq article stating that “the court held that corporate officers owe the same fiduciary duties as those owed by corporate directors. Read More...

  • Commerce Case Management Program Decisions: Negotiable Instruments to the U.C.C.

    Attorney Edward Kelly coauthored Commerce Case Management Program Decisions: Negotiable Instruments to the U.C.C. The article addresses negotiable instrument and Uniform Commercial Code (“U.C.C.”) opinions issued by the Commerce Court current through 2009. Read More...

  • How Healthy is The Federal Preemption Defense? (Law360)

    Attorney Tracy Waldmann addresses the doctrine of federal preemption in a 2009 Law360 article. The doctrine is rooted in the U.S. Constitution’s Supremacy Clause which states that the laws of the United States “shall be the supreme Law of the Land.” Read More...