- CourtsLet's pretend that this is some witty quip about the content of this article.
- CourtsThe gloves come off in this complaint.
- Law SchoolsDude could have at least waited until March.
- FinanceThough it was a pleasure listening to the vice president, I learned a lot more about the new green economy from hours of talking to the union laborers actually building it.
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* Trump sues Bob Woodward claiming copyright on all the stuff he told Woodward during interviews Trump granted for the purpose of letting Woodward write a book. This is not going in the magical “Trump keeps winning cases” bucket his lawyer talks about. [Courthouse News Service]
* Johnson & Johnson tried the “Monopoly Man turns out his pockets” routine and failed. [Law360]
* Hey Siri, explain labor law. [MacRumors]
* Speaking of labor law, a look at the upcoming Supreme Court labor showdown from the perspective of the service workers are preparing. [Eater]
* Jones Day facing sanctions request citing harassment as the motivation for the earlier sanctions request Jones Day made against former associates in discrimination case. You may remember this one as the case that brought attention to Jones Day’s… questionable photoshop decisions. [Reuters]
* The pandemic may have broken lawyers. I mean, lawyers were always broken, but it broke them in a new way. [American Lawyer]
- Labor / EmploymentMaybe the small children should just form a union?
If You Had The Supreme Court Supporting Fair And Non-Discriminatory Elections As A Wish This Year, I Have Bad NewsSo this is how democracy dies… with weird, Jenga-like pieces.
- TechnologyHis handling of Twitter makes this article's title look like prime literature.
- Courts“I say unto ye, the money is cool and all, but if it means teaching those yucky kids I made wrong, just ignore it forreal” - Jesus, apparently
Discriminate At Your Own Risk: Colorado's Employment Discrimination Laws Are Getting Quite The RehaulIdeally, you’d have some familiarity with the rules before your work relationship gets rocky.
- GovernmentWell, knock us over with a feather!
- Labor / Employment, Sponsored ContentGet an overview of restrictive covenant obligations contained in executive employment agreements and insights on recent market trends in publicly filed executive employment agreements.
- Labor / Employment, Sponsored ContentKey updates on the COVID-19 vaccine and testing rules promulgated by the Biden Administration including requirements for federal contractors and subcontractors, ETS, and CMS emergency regulations.
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- Labor / EmploymentAnd on the eighth day, God said, 'Let their jobs suck.'
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Court Addresses Some Of The Bostock Gaps In Declaratory Judgment Class Suit By Church And Christian-Owned BusinessThe entities sought religious exemption from, and a declaration that they do not violate, the anti-discrimination provisions of Title VII so that they could hire and fire in accordance with their alleged religious beliefs and employment policies.
- Law SchoolsSummary judgment defeated.
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