Blank Rome to Sponsor and Adam Orlacchio to Host Seventh Annual Delaware State Bar Association Litigation Section’s Superior Court Reception
February 21, 2017
Blank Rome LLP is proud to be a sponsor of the Seventh Annual Delaware State Bar Association (“DSBA”) Litigation Section’s Superior Court Reception, which will be held on Thursday, March 9, 2017, at the Wilmington Club. Delaware Superior Court judges, commissioners, and law clerks will be in attendance for this annual cocktail reception, which provides a unique opportunity for Delaware’s litigation bar to socialize with the Superior Court’s bench outside of the courtroom.
Blank Rome Associate Adam Orlacchio, chair of DSBA’s Litigation Section, will lead the organizational efforts for the reception and serve as the event host. As chair, Mr. Orlacchio promotes the Section’s mission of advancing the interests of attorneys and the judiciary in the litigation of civil matters in Delaware, and leads the Section’s efforts to continue to foster professionalism and camaraderie in the Delaware legal community. For more information on DSBA’s Litigation Section, please visit www.dsba.org. Registration for the event is limited. Those interested in attending should contact Mr. Orlacchio at Orlacchio@BlankRome.com.
At Blank Rome, Mr. Orlacchio maintains a national litigation practice and regularly represents clients in both state and federal courts nationwide, particularly the Delaware Court of Chancery, the Superior Court of Delaware, and the United States District Court for the District of Delaware. The Delaware Court of Chancery is internationally recognized as the preeminent forum for the resolution of corporate disputes and development of corporate law. Mr. Orlacchio frequently advises clients on complex commercial and corporate litigation matters, including cases focused on breach of contract; shareholder disputes; breach of fiduciary duty and corporate governance claims; mergers and acquisitions; business torts; mass torts and products liability; employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation; and trade secret and non-compete agreements. Mr. Orlacchio is admitted to practice law in Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.