Wilson Sonsini Partner Tapped For Del. Chancery Seat
Law360, Wilmington (October 13, 2015, 4:07 PM EDT) -- Delaware Gov. Jack Markell tapped Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati PC partner Tamika Montgomery-Reeves on Tuesday as a vice chancellor on the First State's venerable Chancery Court, the first African-American judge to sit on that bench if confirmed.
Montgomery-Reeves, whose practice focuses on corporate governance, class action, derivative and complex corporate litigation, would succeed Vice Chancellor Donald F. Parsons Jr., who is slated to retire on Oct. 22.
“Tamika Montgomery-Reeves has the intellectual ability and strong work ethic necessary to serve on Delaware’s Court of Chancery,” Markell said in a statement. “She also has substantial experience practicing corporate law and clerking...
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