Professor Alberto Bernabe -
The University of Illinois-Chicago School of Law
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Recent case discusses what makes screening "ineffective"
Recently DQed discussed a new case in which the court found that screening mechanisms would not be effective in a case involving the hiring of a paralegal from another firm even though the court found that the firm’s screening measures “mirror and, sometimes exceed, screens approved in other cases.” The case is called Ullman v Denco and it is available here.