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Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act Will Have Unpredictable Impact on Employment Relations

Posted July 29, 2008

A new federal statute has defined an additional type of prohibited discrimination: the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act. The Act, which was passed with bipartisan support and was signed by the President, went into effect immediately. The first section of the Act, called Title I, amends a number of other preexisting federal laws. The second section, […]

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The Delaware Lemon Law May Be “Lemon” Aid

Posted July 29, 2008

What are your rights and options if you buy a car, truck, or motor home and discover it has a serious problem? One of your options is to file a lawsuit under the Delaware Lemon Law. The Lemon Law says, in essence, that if you buy a new car with a serious problem that can’t […]

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Mediation in the Courts of Delaware: Much Larger Role than Ever Before

Posted July 29, 2008

Mediation is a process by which parties to a dispute use a neutral party to facilitate a mutually agreeable resolution to their conflict. It is a confidential process in which the mediator, a third- party neutral, directs settlement discussions, but does not render a judgment on any issue in dispute. The mediator helps the parties […]

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Key Actions to Avoid When Terminating an Employee

Posted June 29, 2008

It seems to be an accepted view that the U.S. economy is in a recessionary state, with fuel prices on a steep upward slope, the residential housing market in a crisis related to rising interest rates and mortgages in default, and a number of other economic indicators trending negatively. In such times, many employers anticipate […]

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Be Careful What You Post on the Internet

Posted May 11, 2008

Everyone seems to have his or her own place on the Internet – whether it is a site on Facebook or MySpace or an advertisement for a business. There are also numerous Internet dating services. However, if you are going through a divorce or other Family Court proceeding, you may want to think twice about […]

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Ski at Your Own Risk

Posted April 29, 2008

Skiing, snowboarding and tubing are popular and, oftentimes, dangerous activities. Each season, thousands of people hit the slopes in Pennsylvania. Inevitably, injuries occur and some are very serious. Nevertheless, the victims of such injuries rarely have any legal recourse available against the ski area, even if the owners or their employees were negligent in the […]

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Injured in An Automobile Accident? Who Will Pay Medical bills and Lost Wages?

Posted April 29, 2008

Under Delaware’s No-Fault Law, persons injured in an automobile accident can send their medical bills and lost wages to their own automobile insurance company. To do, so you must: Contact your automobile insurance carrier and request an Application for Benefits and a claim number. Give the claim number to your doctors and any other medical […]

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Employer Obligations for Payment of Transportation Expenses for Nonimmigrant Agricultural Workers

Posted February 29, 2008

A significant number of employers in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and elsewhere depend upon lawful, nonimmigrant aliens in their workforce. These employees are authorized to enter the United States under nonimmigrant visas. The “H2B program” allows employers to petition the Department of Labor to employ agricultural workers, which includes workers in the landscaping sector, for periods of […]

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Amendments to Family and Medical Leave Act Demand Contribution by Employers to War Effort

Posted February 29, 2008

President Bush has signed the National Defense Authorization Act, which amends the Family and Medical Leave Act to add provisions relating to service members and their families. This Act was vetoed twice previously due to its attachment to bills with other provisions the President did not favor. Employers are required to accept the burden of […]

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Employer Obligations for Payment of Transportation Expenses for Nonimmigrant Agricultural Workers

Posted February 29, 2008

A significant number of employers in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and elsewhere depend upon lawful, nonimmigrant aliens in their workforce. These employees are authorized to enter the United States under nonimmigrant visas. The “H2B program” allows employers to petition the Department of Labor to employ agricultural workers, which includes workers in the landscaping sector, for periods of […]

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