Month: September 2017

Delaware Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program has moved to the La Red Health Center in Georgetown. The Division of Public Health held a grand opening on Thursday. The Division, which manages Delaware WIC, and La Red Health Center decided to partner as way to offer medical and social services under one roof.…

Wilmington Trust will serve as the trustee and investment manager for the $975 million Takata Restitution Fund. The fund was created as part of a settlement between the U.S. Justice Department and Takata Corp. following a lawsuit against the company for selling malfunctioning airbags. The money will go towards individuals injured due to the faulty…

By Hollis Thomases Guest columnist Organizations today face constant, ever-accelerating change, which places persistent pressures on leadership. In the effort to keep up, strategies get discussed and decisions get made that often don’t ever involve the employees who will ultimately have to carry them out. The problem with this approach, however, is that people don’t…

The Future of Blockchain: How Blockchain ledgers could help protect assets within a Delaware Series LLC

John Williams President IncNow Delaware is on the forefront of Corporate law. The most recent example happened on July 21 of this year, when Delaware Governor John Carney signed Senate Bill 69 into law which amended sections of the Delaware General Corporate Law (DGCL) to include blockchain (also known as “shared ledger”) amendments,

Gov. John Carney yesterday announced $1 million in Opportunity Grant funding for Delaware school districts and charter schools. “All Delaware students deserve a quality education and an equal chance to succeed. We’re working hard to provide schools and educators with the tools they need to more effectively serve students from disadvantaged backgrounds, and close the…

Michael Beachy, president of L&M Insurance in Greenwood, doesn’t mind that he can almost reach out the window and touch freight trains when they speed by his office window. Beachy, who sells personal lines and some commercial, has an eye-catching location on Greenwood’s main street right next to the town’s five-year-old library. He leases a…