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A Little “Unhandsome Dealing” in Delaware: Superior Court Reverses IAB Award Based on Discovery Issue
Posted on 6 Mar 2012 by Cassandra Roberts

First of all, here is a picture of my cat trying to drink out of a "to-go" cup. While this has nothing to do with anything relating to today's post, I am proud of Nutella Grace and rightfully so. She is one clever kitty .............. ... Read More

Trusty Ruddy Does It Again—and a Thanksgiving Salute to Partial Disability in Delaware
Posted on 15 Nov 2011 by Cassandra Roberts

You have to love Kris Starr. A former Hearing Officer for the Delaware IAB, Kris set his sights on private practice a few years ago, and with him he brought an encyclopedic understanding of the basics of the work comp law, as well as the intricacies that... Read More

A Little “Unhandsome Dealing” in Delaware: Superior Court Reverses IAB Award Based on Discovery Issue
Posted on 6 Mar 2012 by Cassandra Roberts

First of all, here is a picture of my cat trying to drink out of a "to-go" cup. While this has nothing to do with anything relating to today's post, I am proud of Nutella Grace and rightfully so. She is one clever kitty .............. ... Read More

The Original Hoey Displaced Worker: Jewell Hoey Is Still Good Law Here In the First State
Posted on 11 May 2011 by Cassandra Roberts

Okay, Sean Gambogi of the Kimmel, Carter, Roman & Peltz (did I leave anyone out?) firm, this one's for you. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the case of Jewell Hoey v. Chrysler and for those of you who think of me as a defense attorney... Read More

More about That "Hoey Displaced Worker" in Delaware: IAB Comments on What It Is and What It's Not
Posted on 25 May 2011 by Cassandra Roberts

This should be titled the "quick post". Minimal frills, minimal banter, no photos...... Today Jodi Cianci of the defense firm Chrissinger & Baumberger sent me the attached case. Termination of total disability granted in favor of the employer... Read More

The Delaware "Pee Cup" Case: Failing a Urine Drug Screen Not Tantamount to Forfeiture under Section 2353(c)
Posted on 19 Oct 2010 by Cassandra Roberts

Good to be back. After a stint at mediation school which afforded some time to bask in the glow of colleague Mike Silverman's affable presence and sparkling wit, followed by a whirlwind college tour geared toward the objective of insuring that daughter... Read More

Change Is Constant....Well, Not So Much in this Delaware Termination Case
Posted on 1 Jun 2012 by Cassandra Roberts

Lately, I have been happy to hear from several of you, making my job easy highlighting cases right and left and providing me with insightful commentary. The latest in this stream of personal good fortune is Clayton Bunting....one of my dear ones from... Read More