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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, […]

District of Delaware Update

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In IP Litigation | On June 17, 2019

Last August, two new judges joined the United States District Court for the District of Delaware, Judge Colm F. Connolly and Judge Maryellen Noreika.  Judge Connolly filled the seat previously held by Judge Sue L. Robinson and Judge Noreika filled the seat previously held by Judge Gregory M. Sleet.  In recent months, both Judge Connolly […]

Spring Is In the Air, Which Means Love . . . And a Sexual Harassment Information Sheet Distribution Deadline

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In Labor & Employment Law | On April 5, 2019

Although it is spring, the start of summer will be here before you know it. Now is a great time for spring cleaning of HR policy, including making sure measures are in place to meet new distribution requirements concerning a specific sexual harassment information sheet. In short, although employers are already required to distribute an […]

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