Head of Delaware Chancery Court retires after two decades

    The head of Delaware’s Court of Chancery announced his retirement today. Chancellor William B. Chandler III has served on the court since 1989.
    The court oversees disputes about corporations, trusts, estates and land deals. Chandler began serving on the five-member panel 22 years ago, and became chancellor in 1997, the Associated Press reports. His retirement is effective June 17.

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