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I Get By With a Little Help from My Friends: Virginia Guidelines for "Reasonable Job Search" a Good Model for Delaware?

As Sarah Palin might say, "You betcha!" Okay so I gave away that I am a Republican. But in reply to my last post of February 4, 2011 (fondly known as "the birthday post"), I have the privilege of being joined by a guest blogger today.....and one who came bearing gifts in the form...

The Original Hoey Displaced Worker: Jewell Hoey Is Still Good Law Here In the First State

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.....I represented Jewell Hoey and created the Hoey...

More about That "Hoey Displaced Worker" in Delaware: IAB Comments on What It Is and What It's Not

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 and a ruling that the claimant was not a "Hoey...

Barely Employable? A Tepid FCE Carries the Day in Delaware Termination Case

This week I heard from Ray Radulski, counsel for Liberty Mutual. He was proud of himself, and rightfully so. I give you Dean Baslenkoff-Elder v. EZ Loan, Inc. , IAB# 1375757 (5/9/12). Here is what Ray had to say: "I know that this decision is not the kind that blazes a new trail of case law...