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The Dearly Deported—Illegal Alien Status Does Not Work a Forfeiture in Delaware

It is good to be back. For those who have been out of the loop, Young Conaway moved its office from the Brandywine Building to the Courthouse on Rodney Square. Beautiful new digs, all the better to inspire the muse. Unpacking the 25 box Case Law Library has been no small task and as such, I have been...

The Dearly Deported—Illegal Alien Status Does Not Work a Forfeiture in Delaware

It is good to be back. For those who have been out of the loop, Young Conaway moved its office from the Brandywine Building to the Courthouse on Rodney Square. Beautiful new digs, all the better to inspire the muse. Unpacking the 25 box Case Law Library has been no small task and as such, I have been...

The Return Of Krispy Kreme: Delaware Courts Ready To Revisit the Issue Of Illegal Aliens and Partial Disability?

This is a follow up to my post of 3/26/13— The Passover Post: Delaware IAB Comments on Residence Status and the Displaced Worker . You may remember it, courtesy of claimant lawyer Mike Silverman - Angel Francisco v. Natural House , IAB# 1349699 (3/18/13). Citing the Gonzalez v. Krispy Kreme case...

Curtain Call on Illegals in Delaware: The Superior Court Affirms a New Class of Displaced Worker

Today I bring you what Walt Schmittinger affectionately calls “Act 2 of what I presume will be a 3 Act play.” It is the appeal decision in the Guardado case that we have all been waiting for. For the back story, check my blog entry of 4/10/15 titled “Everybody Loves Pedro….”...