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Connolly Gallagher Successfully Defends Former CEO of United Airlines

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In Corporate Litigation | On March 18, 2019

In City of Tamarac Firefighters’ Pension Trust Fund v. Corvi, the plaintiff stockholder brought a derivative action against United Continental Holdings, Inc. (“United Airlines”) and its board of directors for wrongful demand refusal, waste, and unjust enrichment related to a separation agreement it entered into with its former CEO. 2019 WL 549938 (Del. Ch. Feb. […]

Who to Name as Guardian of Minors: Some Factors to Consider

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In Trusts and Estates | On January 22, 2019

As a parent, one of the most significant decisions I had to make in my estate planning wasn’t how to divide my estate or how to reduce taxes.  It was who my husband and I should name as guardian of our young children.  Fortunately my decision – although significant – wasn’t too difficult because I […]

Delaware’s Non-Flexible Test For Counting Workers as “Independent Contractors” Under the New Sexual Harassment Law

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In Labor & Employment Law | On December 7, 2018

In response to a blog post that is available here, I received the following question: In the new Delaware sexual harassment law, as it pertains to the meaning of “independent contractor,” must a person working in Delaware be counted as an “employee” when s/he performs work that is inside the usual course of business of […]

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