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The Delaware Unclaimed Property Blog

Bouchard confirmed as Chancellor; Delaware State Chamber of Commerce criticizes state's unclaimed property enforcement

Two Delaware updates from the last week... First, on April 9, Andre G. Bouchard was unanimously confirmed by the Delaware State Senate to become the next Chancellor of the Delaware Court of Chancery, replacing Leo E. Strine, Jr., who was elevated to be Delaware's Chief Justice in....[continue reading]

More changes coming to the Delaware bench; may affect future unclaimed property litigation

Several recent retirements and appointments among Delaware's top judges may transform the state's bench over the next few years.  As unclaimed property litigation in Delaware continues - whether due to holder-initiated litigation, increased state enforcement efforts, or whistleblower....[continue reading]

Brenda Mayrack recognized as a "Shining Star" by Unclaimed Property Professionals Organization (UPPO) at 2014 Annual Conference

Brenda Mayrack was recognized as a "Shining Star" by the Unclaimed Property Professionals Organization (UPPO) at the 2014 Annual Conference, held this week in Grapevine, Texas.  Outgoing UPPO President Karen Anderson cited Mayrack's work on the Education Exploratory Task Force, her....[continue reading]

Brenda Mayrack to attend, present at 2014 Annual Conference for Unclaimed Property Professionals Organization (UPPO)

Brenda Mayrack, founder and owner of Mayrack Law LLC, a Wilmington, Delaware law firm specializing in unclaimed property holder advocacy and advising, will attend and present two sessions during the 2014 Unclaimed Property Professionals Organization (UPPO) Annual Conference.  The....[continue reading]