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Union and Delawarean Preference Bill Emerges in Delaware’s General Assembly

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In Labor & Employment Law | On March 22, 2016

Wow! Talk about a development. On March 16, 2016, the “Veterans, Skilled Workers, and Community Workforce Act” was reported out of the Labor Committee in the House of the Delaware General Assembly with seven voting on its merits. The Committee found “that the bill is not designed to put anyone out of work, and that both […]

Deadlines to File Charges of Discrimination in Delaware May Be Enlarged

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In Labor & Employment Law | On March 22, 2016

Delaware State Senator Karen E. Peterson (Democrat from District 9) appears poised to propose a new bill that would amend Title 19 of the Delaware Code relating to discrimination in employment. The bill would increase the amount of time provided to a person seeking to file a state charge of employment discrimination from 120 days […]

Advance Health Care Directives and Religious Beliefs

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In Trusts and Estates | On January 30, 2016

Some religions, such as the Roman Catholic faith, have specific tenets and standards for their members who are considering getting such a document in place.  Most such faiths will either have a list of criteria readily available, or—even more conveniently for their members—an actual form that can be used that already complies with the criteria.  […]

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