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The Song of Solomon Post....and Another Two of Your Delaware "Motion Day" Questions Answered!

First, a shout out to my dear husband Tom. Today is our eighth wedding anniversary. And yes, you could say it is indeed better "the second time around." To borrow from my wedding invitation: "Many waters cannot quench love; rivers cannot sweep it away. If one were to give all the wealth...

The Song of Solomon Post....and Another Two of Your Delaware "Motion Day" Questions Answered!

First, a shout out to my dear husband Tom. Today is our eighth wedding anniversary. And yes, you could say it is indeed better "the second time around." To borrow from my wedding invitation: "Many waters cannot quench love; rivers cannot sweep it away. If one were to give all the wealth...

Reversal of Fortune: Delaware Supreme Court Delivers Blow to the Use of Labor Market Surveys

At the risk of being accused of overstating the situation, all I can say is it's the end of an era. I am reminded of Second Corinthians 5:17: "The old has passed away; behold, the new has come." I think this is a Second Corinthians moment, folks. Behold the new - a case released by...

Reversal of Fortune: Delaware Supreme Court Delivers Blow to the Use of Labor Market Surveys

At the risk of being accused of overstating the situation, all I can say is it's the end of an era. I am reminded of Second Corinthians 5:17: "The old has passed away; behold, the new has come." I think this is a Second Corinthians moment, folks. Behold the new - a case released by...

None the Richer? Delaware IAB Finds Actual Displacement in Little Sisters of the Poor Case

Coming to me by way of claimant attorney Rich Wilson, I give you Mary Matharu v. Little Sisters of The Poor , IAB#1424369 (11/18/15) , which is an ode to the displaced worker doctrine and the Board’s most recent commentary on what it takes to be a displaced worker in the vein of the Watson case...

House of Cards with a Delaware Address: A Termination Denied and Dr. Medinilla’s Final Hearing

This post is dedicated to one of my all-time favorite Board members, who recently returned from the Delaware Industrial Accident Board, Dr. Otto Medinilla. I believe Dr. Medinilla has the distinction of being the only physician ever to serve the IAB and he will be sorely missed. In any event, this case...

Have Yourself a Merry Little Waiver: Referral of Medical Treatment for UR Concedes Causation in Delaware

It is very fitting to feature a case involving UPS this time of year. I stumbled upon Paul Schneider v United Parcel Service , IAB#1283119 (12/1/15) and what makes this case a bit of a “re-gifting” is that it contains what most would think is a well-known and well established proposition...