New Sexual Harassment Bill on the Horizon

If you attended our Annual Employment Law Seminar on April 12, then you already know that the ways in which employers deal with sexual harassment is changing. Even if you didn’t attend, you probably have a sense that the cultural attitude towards sexual harassment is changing. This is primarily due to movements like #MeToo and #TimesUp that are striving to bring attention and accountability to issues of sexual harassment. Continue reading

Delaware Choice of Law News

Last month, the Delaware Superior Court issued a key ruling on the enforceability of Delaware choice-of-law provisions. These contract clauses provide that, if litigation arises over the terms of a contract (often a settlement agreement or an employment agreement), that the law to be applied to the contract will be Delaware contract law (as opposed to the law of the state where the employee works). Continue reading

Foul Ball: Court Reverses Workers’ Comp Decision

softballWorkers’ compensation is a tough game, and it spares no one. But a recent decision from the Delaware Superior Court reminds us that there are some limits to when an employer can be held responsible for injuries occurring in out-of-office, work-sponsored events.  Catch the details below. Continue reading