Monthly Archives: April 2016

WARRANTY LANGUAGE MATTERS FOR PURPOSES OF THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS

Nobody likes reading warranty language, but as it turns out, that language actually matters.  In LTL Acres L.P. v. Dryvit Systems, Inc., the Delaware Supreme Court overturned a grant of summary judgment in favor of Dryvit Systems, Inc. on statute … Continue reading

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INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY UNDER STATE DISCRIMINATION LAW

The Delaware District Court recently confirmed the Third Circuit’s long-standing position that there is no individual liability for violations of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act (Title VII), or Title I of the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA).  The … Continue reading

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