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PAID LEAVE –“The Families First Coronavirus Response Act” (H.R. 6201) Effective April 1-December 31, 2020

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In Labor & Employment Law | On March 23, 2020

With Governor Carney’s order on Sunday, March 22, 2020, which ordered non-essential businesses (that includes public schools) to close “until May 15 or until the public health threat is eliminated,” the new March 18 federal employment law is even more likely to impact a large number of Delaware employees and employers in the coming weeks. […]

Anti-retaliation Provision Added to State’s Equal-Accommodations Law

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In Labor & Employment Law | On August 19, 2019

Delaware has long had a law that often is referred to as “DEAL” — the Delaware Equal Accommodations Law. That law, in part, prohibits people from refusing, withholding from, or denying others accommodations, facilities, advantages, or privileges of a place of public accommodation, based on protected characteristics of race, marital status, creed, color, sex, disability, […]

The District of Delaware Grants Defendants’ Motion for Summary Judgment for Indefiniteness Under 35 U.S.C. § 112

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In IP Litigation | On July 30, 2019

In HIP, Inc. v. Hormel Foods Corporation et al., C.A. 18-615-CFC (D. Del. June 24, 2019), the United States District Court for the District of Delaware held that a patent failed to meet the definiteness requirement of 35 U.S.C. § 112.  As a result, Judge Colm Connolly granted Defendants’ Motion for Summary Judgment challenging U.S. […]

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