Linda M. Doyle was quoted in a July 16 article published by The National Law Journal regarding the use of the "Larson Test" in the Delaware Supreme Court. The case was brought by an employee in a personal injury suit against a co-worker based on injury by horseplay on the job. Ms. Doyle commented that although most states have a variation of the Larson rule, it is difficult for plaintiffs to get third party damages from other employees. "In the Grabowski decision, he got his workers' comp and now he has to show [his co-workers' actions] were outside the scope of employment," Ms. Doyle said. "That inconsistency would not work in all states."