September 29, 2011
New Master in Chancery
According to the Delaware Law Weekly, Abigail LeGrow, an associate at Potter Anderson, has been named Master in Chancery to replace Sam Glascock who was recently appointed Vice Chancellor. Ms. LeGrow is a 2004 Penn State Law grad. According to the DLW:
A master's duties will likely include mediating disputes involving the enforcement of deed covenants or restrictions, guardianships, trusts and estates, and arbitrating business disputes. Typically, a master assists the chancellor in drafting new court rules, legislation and other matters as well as other duties assigned by the chancellor.
Ms. LeGrow will be one of two Masters in Chancery.
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