Man Exonerated, Receives $3.1 Million Settlement After Decades in Jail

After close to 40 years behind bars for a murder that he did not commit, Frederick Clay was released from prison and awarded a $3.1 million settlement. Mr. Clay, now 57-years old, was exonerated three years ago after investigators reached a conclusion that the Boston Police Department’s poor investigation led to his wrongful conviction. The settlement [...]

2020-11-20T12:03:52-06:00By |Categories: Wrongful Conviction|Tags: |0 Comments

Director Kimberly Evans Named to Top 10 in Civil Rights and Women’s Rights in Delaware

The National Trial Lawyers has selected Grant & Eisenhofer director Kimberly Evans for inclusion to the Top 10 Civil Rights Trial Lawyers Association as well as the Top 10 Women’s Rights Trial Lawyers Association. The honor of membership is bestowed upon only a select group of attorneys in each state who have exhibited superior leadership skills [...]

2020-11-16T13:33:36-06:00By |Categories: Civil Rights|Tags: |0 Comments

COVID-19 Pandemic Widens Gender Gap As Women Leave the Workforce

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted women in the workforce who are managing careers along with new realities at home. Following the shut-down of many schools and childcare centers across the country, families with infants and school-aged children were sent scrambling to provide child care and oversee in-home classroom learning — a task that often falls [...]

2020-11-13T15:36:09-06:00By |Categories: Civil Rights|0 Comments

Online Learning Environments Pose New Avenues for Cyberbullying

Bullying is a generations-old concept that has become incredibly pervasive in recent years. School bullying in particular can have a serious impact on a child’s life, including potentially threatening or actually taking his or her own life. With the increased use of technology, bullies have found more ways to harm their victims. Known as cyberbullying, bullies [...]

2020-12-29T10:45:13-06:00By |Categories: School Bullying|0 Comments