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  • Tuesday, June 19, 2018

    By Kelly Smith-Haley
    These days, even the most experienced HR departments are losing sleep as they worry about their hiring and retention decisions. On the one hand, employers worry they didn’t properly screen their applicants and employees, exposing the company to potential claims of negligent hiring and retention. On the other hand, they worry they may have improperly used information obtained from a background check or from the public domain. A recent Illinois appellate court decision provides a useful refresher on negligent hiring and retention claims and offers us the chance to outline things to consider when you make your hiring decisions.
  • Monday, June 18, 2018

    By David Slaughter, JD, Senior Legal Editor
    Because a group health plan covered room and board expenses for stays at skilled nursing facilities, the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) required it to do so for residential mental health treatment facilities as well, a federal appeals court ruled in Danny P. v. Catholic Health Initiatives, No. 16-35609 (9th Cir., June 6, 2018).

  • by Lauren E.M. Russell
    As we have been reporting for years, the Delaware General Assembly is highly active on employment issues. Some initiatives are successful, and some are not, but the trend continues. In recent years, however, the General Assembly has had a more targeted focus: women's issues. In this article, we outline the recent history of legislation on issues affecting women in the workplace and whether they have the right focus.
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