Will a lesser known case in Federal District Court of Delaware 14-cv-1021-LPS have any impact in deciding our nation’s 90-day travel ban? The case pending in district court, a former employee challenged the Constitutionality of a 90-day workplace ban in Delaware, an at-will state. In the absence of infraction, a ban of any kind is unlawful.

It happened in Brown vs Board of Education where Delaware played a key role in civil rights of descendants of slaves in education for citizens labeled as Negros. The distinguished lawyer, Louis Redding, who began his battle on behalf of desegregation in the schools in 1950 filed a suit on behalf of Delaware’s black children in Claymont and Hockessin in 1950 for admission to the white public schools on the grounds that facilities for black children were inferior. As a result, Chancellor Collins J. Seitz ordered desegregation. The case was then appealed to the United States Supreme Court. Delaware was one of five defendants in Brown v. Board of Education. In 1954, the Supreme Court ordered desegregation.

Mechanics of Suspension in Employment

Suspending an employee means the employee is given involuntary time off without pay. The length of suspension should be determined based on the type of infraction and whether you need to investigate the infraction. A suspension notice should be given to the employee that outlines the length of the suspension, reason for the suspension and consequences for further infractions. If the employee commits an infraction that may warrant immediate termination, suspend the employee for two to three days first to give yourself time to make certain that termination is the appropriate response.






a violation or infringement of a law, agreement, or set of rules.

21st Century Civil Rights and Travel Ban.