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March 2, 2014 Father Learns a Costly Lesson about the Importance of Keeping Promises When considering whether to settle a lawsuit filed by a current or former employee, many...
February 14, 2014 Chefs and Employment Law: A Valentine's Day Post Rumor has it that today is Valentine's Day.  Being married to a chef-restaurateur, Valentine's Day...
February 12, 2014 Delaware Supreme Court Rules On Admissibility of Facebook Evidence Employment lawyers know the potential importance of social-media evidence.  I’ve written about numerous cases in...
February 6, 2014 Demoted for Posting Picture of Confederate Flag on Facebook Page Public-sector employees have First Amendment rights.  But those rights are not without limits.  Employers, too,...
February 3, 2014 Disruptive Facebook Posts Warrant Termination Employers continue to struggle with how to deal with the repercussions of employees’ online commentary. ...
January 29, 2014 Survey of Chancery Court Cases Shows Most Litigants Obtain Expedited Relief A recent survey conducted by several of my colleagues demonstrates the speed in which litigants...