This is a legal malpractice and talent acquisition case involving a man in Delaware attempting to sue his employer, a publicly funded museum, for discrimination. When applying for a position at the museum as a night watch guard, the man alleges he was discriminated against based on his age, contending the hiring team thought he was too old for the position. Soon after filing the case with the attorney, the man went out of town for a family emergency, and claimed that while he was away his attorney did not show up to court dates or pursue the case on his behalf. The case was quickly dismissed when the museum was not served to appear in court, and the man believes that his attorney caused him pecuniary harm due to the fact his federal claim was never properly sent and adjudicated before the court. Consequently, the review of an attorney with experience handling employment discrimination cases was required.