Delaware Chief Justice Steele To Retire Early

Law360, New York (September 08, 2013, 1:52 PM ET) -- Myron Steele, chief justice of the Delaware Supreme Court, announced his resignation Friday, three years ahead of schedule, closing the door on a busy tenure and setting off an early search for his replacement.

Steele, 68, has headed the state’s high court — arguably the most powerful voice in corporate law — since 2004, following four years as a justice, six years in Chancery Court, six years elsewhere in the state’s judiciary, and 18 years as a litigator at the Delaware law firm of Prickett Jones...
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