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Delaware Chancery Court finds Porzio's clients to be the prevailing party in complex real estate dispute

USA - October 28 2015 The Delaware Chancery Court recently issued a decision in favor of Porzio's clients after a three-day trial in Wilmington, Delaware in 2009 Caiola...

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Bankruptcy Code does not provide cause of action against private employer for failure to hire based on prior bankruptcy filing

USA - December 31 2010 Earlier this month, in Rea v. Federated Investors, 2010 U.S. App. LEXIS 25501 (Dec. 15, 2010), the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit held that while federal law prohibits a private employer from firing or discriminating against an employee who files or has filed for bankruptcy, it does not prohibit a private employer from denying employment to someone simply because he had filed for bankruptcy in the past....