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The Delaware Superior Court, previously known as the Superior Court and Orphans' Court, is the state trial court of general jurisdiction in the state of Delaware. It has original jurisdiction over most criminal and civil cases (except for suits at equity, which are handled by the Delaware Court of Chancery). It also serves as an intermediate appellate court, hearing appeals on the record from the Court of Common Pleas, Family Court, and most state administrative agencies. It is headed by Judge Jan R. Jurden [1]

The Superior Court includes a Complex Commercial Litigation Division (CCLD), which has been operating as a Business Court since 2010.[1] The CCLD focuses on commercial disputes for money damages between businesses, complementing the Court of Chancery which focuses on internal business disputes.[2]

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  1. ^ "Complex Commercial Litigation Division (CCLD) - Superior Court - Delaware Courts - State of Delaware". courts.delaware.gov. Retrieved 2019-03-03.
  2. ^ "ABA Section of Business Law and Business Courts: A 25 Year Connection – Business Courts Blog". Retrieved 2019-03-03.

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