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Exclusive Remedy Defense Protects Some Employers In Spite of Express Indemnification Agreement

Landlord Could Not Implead Tenant/Employer In Injured Employee’s Suit Where Employer Was Not Negligent The exclusive remedy provision of the Delaware Workers’ Compensation Act [Del. Code Ann. tit. 19, § 2304] is so strong, held a state superior court, that … Continue reading

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NY: Employer Does Not Lose Exclusivity Defense in Contribution/Indemnification Case Because Employee was Undocumented Alien

N.Y. Work. Comp. Law § 11 bars third-party lawsuits for contribution and indemnification against an injured employee’s employer unless either (a) the employee suffered a “grave injury,” limited to death and the exclusive list of disabilities defined in the statute, … Continue reading

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New York: By Hiring Illegal Alien, Employer Did Not Give Up Protection Against Third-Party Claims for Contribution and/or Indemnification

In spite of the fact that the Federal Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA) makes it unlawful to knowingly hire undocumented (illegal) aliens [see 8 U.S.C.S. § 1324a], the dominant, although not unanimous, rule is that such undocumented … Continue reading

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