2 Court Vets Emerge As Potential New Chancery Judges

Law360 (September 14, 2018, 9:17 PM EDT) -- Delaware litigation boutique partner Joel E. Friedlander and court master Morgan Zurn have emerged as likely candidates for two new seats on the Chancery Court bench, but the job's demands and pay might have discouraged other prospects, according to several sources with knowledge of the process.

Both Friedlander and Zurn are veterans of the court. Friedlander is a lead partner at Friedlander & Gorris PA, which has a long history of Chancery Court practice, and Zurn is already working as a court-appointed master carrying out judicial duties at the court's direction and presiding over a range of cases.

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