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Employment laws protect employees at all stages of the work process from hire to fire. This field of law includes both federal and state rules. Here a ... read more
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Getting Employment Law Help in Delaware
Employment laws protect employees at all stages of the work process from hire to fire. This field of law includes both federal and state rules. Here are some points to consider as a Delaware employee. Getting Hired Help wanted ads, interviews and hiring decisions can not be discriminatory. Employers ... Read more

DE Filing a Small Claims Suit
Do you have a customer who refuses to pay you for the repairs you made to her car? Or maybe the roofer you hired didn't finish the work? These are just a couple of examples of the types of claims or disputes that are resolved by the Delaware justice of the peace courts, which are similar to the small ... Read more

DE Small Claims Trials
Someone owes you money or has some property that belongs to you, and so you decided to file a "small claims" lawsuit. After you (you're the "plaintiff") filed the Complaint, the court clerk scheduled a trial date. The defendant, the person you sued, never offered to pay you, or "settle" the case. Maybe ... Read more

DE What Is Small Claims Court?
People have disputes over money or property all the time. They range from a buyer not getting the goods or services he paid for, to a landlord refusing to return a tenant's security deposit or refusing to let a tenant back into the premises to get some belongings he left behind. Often, these disputes ... Read more

DE Witnesses at Small Claims Court
When you're involved in a lawsuit that's been filed in a Delaware justice of the peace court - Delaware's version of a "small claims" court - it's critical that you prepare for trial. It's the day that a judge will decide if you or lose. What do you need to win? Any bills, receipts or contracts are important, ... Read more

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