As is often the case in the practice of law, the simplest of details can have the hugest impact on the outcome. Take for example, the recent case from the Eastern District of Pennsylvania of Zuber v. Boscov's, No. 15-3874 (E.D. Pa., Apr. 7, 2016). What was believed to be a rather benign settlement and release of a workers' compensation claim turned out to be a complete bar to a subsequent claim brought in federal court under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).