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Law Alerts April 1, 2011
Recently, Florida's Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit provided further guidance for determining the range for an appropriate compensatory damage award for victims of employment discrimination who are claiming non-specific, non-treated..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2011
Law Alerts April 1, 2011
The Third Circuit recently upheld summary judgment in favor of a nonprofit group which advocates for the civil rights of persons with disabilities. Specifically, Disabled in Action of Pennsylvania filed a complaint, alleging that a transportation..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2011
Law Alerts April 1, 2011
In Delaware, the only way to settle a workers’ compensation case is by way of commutation. This case involved the interesting issue of what happens when the parties attempt to do so but run into a dispute. The claimant had an accepted work injury to..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2011
Law Alerts April 1, 2011
The Superior Court has recently rendered a decision concerning the calculation of delay damages that insurers and their counsel should now consider in valuing a claim prior to trial. An insurer is liable for delay damages (pre-verdict interest)..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2011
Law Alerts April 1, 2011
In Sencherey, the plaintiff initially pursued remedies at the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, alleging that her separation from employment—which occurred as a result of the plaintiff’s failure to return to work after having..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2011
Law Alerts April 1, 2011
The claimant was injured in a car accident while working as a probation officer. She began treating with a panel chiropractor, who subsequently found her to be fully recovered from the work-related strains and sprains as of October 19, 1995. However...
Law Alerts April 1, 2011
The petitioner, a tree service technician, was a full-time employee of a tree service company who occasionally did subcontracting work for the respondent. During a long period of time during which the employer had no work, the petitioner solicited..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2011
Law Alerts April 1, 2011
The plaintiff injured his hand while in the course and scope of his employment with C..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2011
Law Alerts April 1, 2011
On February 4, 1999, the petitioner, the director of construction for the respondent, was seriously injured when he was involved in a motor vehicle accident which occurred during the course of his employment. As a result of this accident, he...
Law Alerts April 1, 2011
The entire-controversy doctrine does not require a client to assert legal malpractice claims against his or her attorney in an action which arose from the attorney's alleged negligent advice, even though the attorney has been made a party to that..., Case Law Alert - 2nd Qtr 2011

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