David J. Ferry, Jr., Esq. to Present at the Delaware Corporate Law Anniversary Symposium

David J. Ferry, Jr., Esq. to Present at the Delaware Corporate Law Anniversary Symposium

On September 26 and 27, 2017, David J. Ferry, Jr., Esq. of Ferry Joseph, P.A. will participate in a panel entitled, the Court of Chancery: At the Human Level, at the Delaware Corporate Law Anniversary Symposium commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1967 general revision of the Delaware General Corporation Law, the 225th anniversary of the establishment of the Delaware Court of Chancery and the 25th anniversary of the Delaware Limited […]

The Battle Against Delaware Over Unclaimed Funds

The Battle Against Delaware Over Unclaimed Funds

The Battle Against Delaware Over Unclaimed Funds by Jordan A. Irazabal Legal Assistant Ferry Joseph, P.A. It should be no surprise to you that Delaware is the incorporation capital of the United States, the legal home to 65% of Fortune 500 companies. Because of this, Delaware sees a much larger share of unclaimed funds than most states, and now there’s a heated legal battle surrounding those funds, with Delaware at the […]

Growing Use of Doulas in End of Life Situations

Growing Use of Doulas in End of Life Situations

Using Doulas in End of Life Situations David J. Ferry, Jr., Esquire As Americans continue to live longer, end-of-life decisions have gained greater attention amongst the population.  In particular, doula programs have become an increasingly popular choice for many families wishing to fulfill the requests of loved ones who desire to die in the comfort of their own homes, rather than in hospitals or nursing homes. The term “doulas” is […]

Tax Day Considerations

Tax Day Considerations

Tax Day Considerations Lisa L. Coggins, Esq. With Tax Day upon us, many Americans have taken to various forms of both online and real-time window shopping bought and paid for with their impending refund check as a way to shake off the last remains of the winter doldrums.  Considering that the average refund from last year was nearly $2,900, more than a few members of this group have dared to […]

Family’s Financial Hurricane

Family’s Financial Hurricane

Timothy S. Ferry, Esq. Ferry Joseph, P.A. Businessman Peter Karmanos, Jr., the Compuware co-founder and owner of the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes, recently found himself caught in the middle of a financial storm that was allegedly considered to be of his own making.  His three adult sons filed suit against their father, arguing that they were owed money from a partnership valued at over $100 million that began with the intent […]