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Adam V. Orlacchio Elected to Delaware State Bar Association Litigation Section’s Executive Committee for 2023–2024 Term

Blank Rome LLP is pleased to announce that Adam V. Orlacchio, a partner in the firm’s Wilmington office and Corporate Litigation group, has been elected to return to the Delaware State Bar Association (“DSBA”) Litigation Section’s Executive Committee for the 2023–2024 term. In this role, Adam will continue to work with other committee members to provide strategic direction and planning for the Litigation Section.

It is the mission of the DSBA’s Litigation Section to promote and advance the interests of attorneys and the judiciary in the litigation of civil matters, consistent with DSBA principles. The Section strives to: (i) enhance communication between the bench and the bar; (ii) promote the professional development and interests of its members; (iii) improve its members’ public service in advancing civil matters in this State; and (iv) to serve the community in which its members live and practice. In seeking to promote a common meeting ground for all attorneys who represent litigants in Delaware, the Section promotes and enhances communication by and between its members in ways that both enrich their professional careers and foster professionalism and camaraderie. For more information, please visit

With a focus on Delaware corporate litigation, Adam maintains a national litigation practice and provides legal counsel to clients on a wide range of business issues. He frequently advises clients on complex commercial, corporate, and employment litigation matters, particularly in Delaware’s Court of Chancery, the United States District Court for the District of Delaware, and the Superior Court of Delaware’s Complex Commercial Litigation Division. Adam has been active in the Delaware State Bar Association for over 13 years. In 2016, he was elected to serve as chair for the Litigation Section, and previously served one term as vice chair, one term as secretary, and has now served several terms on the executive committee for the Litigation Section. From 2019 to 2021, Adam also served two terms on the DSBA Executive Committee, which serves as the board of directors for the bar association statewide. In 2019, Adam also received the “Edwin P. Rome Pro Bono Achievement Award,” Blank Rome’s award for outstanding performance and a demonstrated commitment to pro bono legal service for his personal commitment to, and leadership in, pro bono litigation on behalf of indigent tenants in numerous landlord-tenant cases over the past decade.