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Margaret (Molly) DiBianca
Delaware Law Protects Privacy of Student Facebook Posts

Delaware's Workplace Privacy Act (H.B. 308) , died with the end of the legislative session. As readers know from my several prior posts, I won't exactly be mourning the loss. The Bill's companion legislation, H.B. 309, did survive, however...

Robin Shea
Five sure-fire ways to get an age-based harassment complaint

I conducted harassment training this week for a client, and, interestingly, the attendees of all ages seemed to be more curious about age-based harassment than any of the other categories we discussed. Meanwhile, there has been a debate on the internet...

David S. Rich
An Employee Of My Business In New York Quit Because The Business Relocated. Will The Employee Get Unemployment Insurance Benefits?

In New York, a worker who, "without good cause," voluntarily leaves his employment is disqualified from receiving unemployment insurance benefits. N.Y. Labor Law § 593(1)(a). A worker who quits his job because his employer in New...

Donna Ballman
Top 13 Things Not To Say To An Employment Lawyer

You think you have a great case against your employer. You've done your research and have found an attorney you think is just right for you. You reach out to the lawyer and they say they aren't interested. You try another. No go. What went wrong...

Philip Miles
Miles on Facebook Passwords in Job Interviews

I know, I know . . . this topic never gets old! In any event, I authored an article for the Centre Daily Times, Welcome, What's Your Password ? The article covers some of the risks of job interviews in which the employer demands a social media password...

Eric Meyer
Fact or Fiction: The ADA requires creating a new job for a disabled employee

That's right folks. It's time for another edition of "Fact or Fiction" a/k/a "Quick Answers to Quick Questions" a/k/a QATQQ f/k/a "I don't feel like writing a long blog post." Under the Americans with Disabilities...