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from Financial Regulatory Forum:
By Tom Hals
WILMINGTON, Del., Oct 16 (Reuters) - Delaware will preserve its "symbiotic" relationship with the federal government on corporate law, even as Washington takes an activist role on American business, said the newest member of the state's corporate law court.
J. Travis Laster, who just started his 12-year term as vice chancellor on the country's premiere business court, told Reuters that Delaware will continue to take care of corporate regulation on a case-by-case basis while Washington sets disclosure or labor regulation.