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We’ve been named a Top 100 Employment Law Blog!

The good folks over at the "Delaware Employment Law Blog", which is itself a top-notch employment law blog published by the Delaware law firm of Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP, have seen fit to include our blog in their roundup of the Top 100 Employment Law Blogs across the country . Of course, we’re thrilled by the honor. Right back at ya, mates! Make sure to check out their list and their blog when you get the chance.


3 Responses to We’ve been named a Top 100 Employment Law Blog!

  1. That’s really a huge set of list (must say a database). Just visited that blog, but i didn’t look at the list. But got to know about the list through your blog. Thanks for sharing it. Great service.

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