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Onelogin Picks Up $13 Million To Manage Online Corporate Identities

Analysis: Delaware's corporate courts on brink of big change

has raised $13 million to compete in the increasingly heated market of providing a single sign-on for employees who access corporate applications, both from inside and outside of corporate walls. Social+Capital Partnership led the round, which included current investor Charles River Ventures , taking OneLogin s total funding to about $20 million. Valuation wasnt disclosed. Launched in 2010 by two brothers, Thomas Pedersen and Christian Pedersen, the company claims more than 12 million users at more than 700 companies ranging from young technology visit the site startups like Dropbox Inc.
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"Delaware is really behind New York and Washington and Chicago" on appointing women to the judiciary, said Jill Fisch, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. For that reason, attention has also fallen on Jan Jurden, another Democrat and a judge on the state's Superior Court in Wilmington. Jurden, who declined to comment, has some corporate law experience and locals see her as a possibility for either chief justice or as a replacement for Strine if he is elevated. "If Markell goes with Strine for chief justice, he almost has to name a woman to the Court of Chancery," said a lawyer based in Wilmington who asked not to be identified. Many local lawyers wonder if the justices on the Supreme Court, which generally issues its corporate law rulings unanimously, would consider retiring before their terms end rather than work under Strine, with his shoot-from-the-hip style. Rounding out the Supreme Court is Justice Jack Jacobs.
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