AMERICAN LAWYER MEDIA REPLACES ACQUIRED MONTHLY LETTER WITH WEEKLY.American Lawyer Media ALM (formerly American Lawyer Media), is a leading integrated media company, focused on the legal and real estate communities. ALM owns and publishes 33 national and regional magazines and newspapers focused on the legal and real estate communities, including (New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of ) has acquired Delaware Law Monthly newsletter from DLM See ILM.
DLM - Distributed Lock Manager on distributed VMS systems. , Inc. (Wilmington, DE) and owner Charles Oberly. No terms of the deal were revealed.
Established in 1979, the monthly includes information and synopses of all cases within the Delaware court system, including the Delaware Supreme Court The Supreme Court of Delaware is the sole appellate court in the United States' state of Delaware. Because Delaware is a popular haven for corporations, the Court has developed a worldwide reputation as a respected source of corporate law decisions, particularly in the area of , Chancery Court The Chancery Court of York is an ecclesiastical court for the Province of York of the Church of England.
The presiding officer, the Official Principal and Auditor, has been the same person as the Dean of the Arches since the nineteenth century . , and Superior Court, as well as local courts.
American Lawyer Media has closed the acquired title and launched Delaware Law Weekly. The company said the new publication, described as a newspaper, is designed to provide case digests for all significant state court decisions, as well as original editorial, including: legal news and developments in the Delaware legal community; expanded coverage of Delaware courts and state agencies; and news editorials from practicing attorneys on trends in their areas of expertise. Editorial will also emphasize the unique role that the state of Delaware plays in establishing and interpreting U.S. corporate law.
ALM Pennsylvania/Delaware division president Jane Seagrave said that "our new Delaware bureau will provide ALM readers across the country with a rich source of coverage f or local decisions, precedents and trends that impact the business of the nation.