Mr. Delcollo practices in the areas of employment law, commercial law, construction litigation, and civil rights/constitutional law. He has represented clients before various administrative boards and Delaware courts. Although his practice focuses on courtroom litigation, Mr. Delcollo regularly consults with clients respecting construction contract formation and contract drafting.
Mr. Delcollo has experience in the areas of workplace discrimination, workmen’s compensation, employee handbooks and policies, loss management and civil litigation consulting, wage and hour issues, non-compete contracts, and breach of contract litigation. He has handled cases involving tortious interference with contractual relationships, fraud and misrepresentation, breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, defamation of character, breach of implied warranties, debt collection, breach of contract, commercial landlord/tenant disputes, commercial contract interpretation, course and scope of employment, retaliatory firing, and hostile work environment allegations.
His constitutional law practice focuses on civil litigation and laws surrounding free speech/public forums, freedom of religion, freedom of association, the right to keep and bear arms/the Second Amendment, denials of concealed carry permits, public takings/infringement on property rights, land use, substantive due process/fundamental rights, and procedural due process. Mr. Delcollo also represents clients in cases involving 1983 actions, abuse of process, false arrest, false imprisonment, and violations of equal protection.
Prior to joining Cooch & Taylor, Mr. Delcollo served as a law clerk to the Honorable Mary Johnston in the New Castle County Superior Court for the State of Delaware and practiced at Heckler & Frabizzio in the Workmen’s Compensation Defense and Insurance Liability Defense Departments. During his tenure at Heckler & Frabizzio, Mr. Delcollo represented the interests of insurance companies and their insureds, while also resolving Second Amendment matters for individual clients.