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27 Nov 2018, 12:02 pm by PaulKostro
Fantini, 149 N.J. 611, 618 (1997)), it also acknowledged the holding in Flett, stating that the panel “held correctly that, under the facts presented, `a delay in satisfaction of the service requirement does not have the same deleterious effect upon efficient administration of the arbitration program as a failure to file the demand within time.'” Vanderslice v. [read post]
10 Nov 2014, 3:42 am by Peter Mahler
Moreover, as used in Delaware law, the term “misappropriation” often implies dishonest or wrongful intent, or breach of duty (see e.g. 6 Del C § 2001 [1], [2] [misappropriation of trade secrets]; In re Vanderslice, 55 A3d 322, 326 [Del 2012] [attorney committed theft by "misappropriating" client funds]; Lingo v Lingo, 3 A3d 241, 242, 244 [Del 2010] [attorney-in-fact committed a "breach of trust" by misappropriating funds]). [read post]