Archive for May, 2010
Not that ACORN deserves any breaks…and the Supremes seem to agree!
As faithful readers will recall, this blog discussed an important Supreme Court case (Salazar v. Buono) which dealt directly with a religious symbol on government land and what, if any, Establishment Clause issues might have arisen because of this cross. As a refresher from the previous post: The background on the Salazar case is as [...]
As our Baby Boomer generation grows into true “senior citizen” age, we must cast a watchful eye upon a few major concerns. As you might imagine, Alzheimer’s is a very serious, and rapidly growing, disease which impacts cognitive activity. As the elderly lose their thinking, reasoning and memory skills, certain problems arise. Below are just [...]
As we spend more time working and less time socializing outside of work, it is inevitable that romances will bloom within the workplace. This can make for a thorny legal issue for employers, particularly when they engage in the romance. Romances between supervisor-subordinate couples can potentially lead to sexual harassment/hostile work environment lawsuits. Quid Pro [...]