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Parks and Recreation: Delaware’s Watson Standard Is No Slam-Dunk!

Okay, so first I am going back on my promise that Monday's post was the last one of 2011. I have to comment one more time before Baby New year shows his face. For some background on today's topic, check out my posts of 10/25/11 [ "Reversal of Fortune" ] and 12/12/11[ "Elementary...

Parks and Recreation: Delaware’s Watson Standard Is No Slam-Dunk!

Okay, so first I am going back on my promise that Monday's post was the last one of 2011. I have to comment one more time before Baby New year shows his face. For some background on today's topic, check out my posts of 10/25/11 [ "Reversal of Fortune" ] and 12/12/11[ "Elementary...

Let Me Count the Ways…..That Delaware’s Watson Case Doesn’t Apply

I am back in the saddle after a holiday break followed by a tad of illness. And as the cases fly out of the IAB at a fast and furious pace, I have been blessed to hear from Henry Davis, Walt Schmittinger, and John Gilbert regarding more Watson cases, as I am now calling them. Or as Walt calls them, the...

Let Me Count the Ways…..That Delaware’s Watson Case Doesn’t Apply

I am back in the saddle after a holiday break followed by a tad of illness. And as the cases fly out of the IAB at a fast and furious pace, I have been blessed to hear from Henry Davis, Walt Schmittinger, and John Gilbert regarding more Watson cases, as I am now calling them. Or as Walt calls them, the...

The Game Is Afoot: Delaware IAB Has Its First Application of Watson

I have previously reported on the Delaware Supreme Court decision in Watson v. Wal-Mart (see Reversal of Fortune .....dated 10/25/11) and in subsequent posts, on the numerous IAB rulings which found that Watson did not apply ( see Elementary, My Dear Watson , dated 12/12/11; Parks & Recreation ,...

The Game Is Afoot: Delaware IAB Has Its First Application of Watson

I have previously reported on the Delaware Supreme Court decision in Watson v. Wal-Mart (see Reversal of Fortune .....dated 10/25/11) and in subsequent posts, on the numerous IAB rulings which found that Watson did not apply ( see Elementary, My Dear Watson , dated 12/12/11; Parks & Recreation ,...

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...