Delaware Employment Law Questions & Answers

Q: Should I surrender myself before getting fingerprinted for my new job?

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Employment Law for Delaware on
Answered on Sep 18, 2016
Paul Stanko's answer
If you have to turn yourself in, that tells me you have an outstanding warrant. Better to turn yourself in with money in your pocket to post bond than wait to be picked up at an inconvenient time. Your work will find out no matter what.

Q: re: Wrongful discharge from medical services of physicians network by president of the network,

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for Delaware on
Answered on Aug 2, 2014
Charles Snyderman's answer
Although you asked you question under employment law, this is not an employment issue. Instead, it's a healthcare issue. The fact is that a doctor can refuse to accept a person as a patient. Your best bet is to attempt to repair the relationship with whoever has a problem with you.

Q: Fired for theft I didn't commit, what's my next step? Can I sue?

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for Delaware on
Answered on Jul 25, 2014
Charles Snyderman's answer
Please let us know whether the police were involved.

Q: Hi, I have a question about an employment termination.

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for Delaware on
Answered on Jul 4, 2014
Charles Snyderman's answer
We need to know more facts. Was there an employment contract? What reason was given by the employer for termination? Was it put in writing?

Q: Is it legal to not allow someone to work overtime cause of there situation .

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for Delaware on
Answered on May 11, 2014
Charles Snyderman's answer
Federal law prohibits discrimination where workers are treated differently on opportunity to earn overtime pay. You do not explain the situation with your employer. I suggest you consult with an employment law attorney.

Q: Can your company charge you vacation in your work week schedule

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for Delaware on
Answered on Apr 29, 2014
Charles Snyderman's answer
Did you ask in advance for permission not to work on Monday?

Q: Can a employer put you in position if you were only inquiring about it

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for Delaware on
Answered on Apr 25, 2014
Charles Snyderman's answer
I'm sorry to say that you have not provided enough information. If possible, please try again.

Q: Is there a legal way to find out where someone's place of employment is?

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for Delaware on
Answered on Jan 16, 2013
Charles Snyderman's answer
If you know where the person lives, you could try following them to work, Or, you could hire a private investigator to do this for you. There are also websites you can find online that claim to be able to help.

Q: What are the statutes of limitation for wrongful termination and discrimination lawsuits in Delaware?

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law for Delaware on
Answered on Jan 11, 2013
Charles Snyderman's answer
The statute of limitations for wrongful termination of employment is 2 years. What is the nature of the discrimination claim?

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