David J. Ferry, Jr. Installed as President of DSBA

David J. Ferry, Jr. Installed as President of DSBA

Ferry Joseph, P.A. is pleased to announce that Managing Director David J. Ferry, Jr. was installed as the President of the Delaware State Bar Association at the annual Bench & Bar Conference on June 15, 2018. Mr. Ferry is a resident of North Wilmington, and has been practicing law since 1982. Click here for the announcement.

NFL and NBA Team Owner’s Estate Woes

NFL and NBA Team Owner’s Estate Woes

Tom Benson, owner of the NFL’s New Orleans Saints and the NBA’s New Orleans Pelicans, recently passed away at the age of 90.  Prior to Benson’s passing, he was involved in a protracted legal battle with his daughter, Renee Benson, and her children, Rita LeBlanc and Ryan LeBlanc regarding a guardianship proceeding. In the wake of Benson’s death, his third wife, Gayle Benson, became the sole beneficiary of an estate […]

Michael B. Joseph to Moderate Bankruptcy Court Panel

Michael B. Joseph to Moderate Bankruptcy Court Panel

Ferry Joseph Managing Director Michael B. Joseph will moderate a panel entitled “Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good Lawyers?” on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at the Consumer Bankruptcy Program at the Hotel DuPont in Wilmington, Delaware. In addition to his role at Ferry Joseph, Mr. Joseph has been the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Trustee for the District of Delaware since 1987.

David J. Ferry, Jr. Speaker at Delaware Corporate Law Anniversary Symposium

David J. Ferry, Jr. Speaker at Delaware Corporate Law Anniversary Symposium

Managing Director David J. Ferry, Jr. was one of the guest speakers to a crowd of 250 at the Delaware Corporate Law Anniversary Symposium. This event was sponsored by the Delaware Court of Chancery, and celebrates the 225thanniversary of the establishment of the Delaware Court of Chancery; the 50th anniversary of the general revision of the Delaware General Corporation Law (DGCL); and the 25th anniversary of the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act.

Sussex County Man Wins Legal Dispute Over Garage

Sussex County Man Wins Legal Dispute Over Garage

Sussex County Man Wins Legal Dispute Over Garage by Jordan A. Irazabal Legal Assistant A Sussex County man is sleeping a lot better at night, after the Delaware Supreme Court affirmed a 2016 Court of Chancery decision in his favor. In 1999, Charles Williams of Harbeson, DE subdivided his 5-acre lot, and sold parcels to individuals so they could build a home there. With the proceeds of selling some of […]