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What is a Government Employer Anyway? The Ninth Circuit Splits with Decades of Precedent and Holds that the ADEA’s 20-Employee Requirement Does Not Apply to Public Employers

The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) prohibits employers from discriminating against employees because of their age.  But applying the ADEA’s definition of “employer” is not as simple as it sounds.  Recently complicating that definition is disagreement among the circuit … Continue reading

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Video Game Developer Says He Won't Send a Takedown of a Bad Review, Does So Anyway

Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we get into a Twitter fight with someone who gave our video game a bad review on YouTube. And when we say that we would never send a DMCA takedown for … Continue reading

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What is "religion" anyway? Third Circuit weighs in.

Title VII prohibits workplace discrimination based on religion, and requires reasonable accommodation of sincerely held religious beliefs. So, what is "religion" in this context? The Third Circuit recently issued a precedential decision on this issue in Fallon v. Mercy Catholic … Continue reading

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A Lost Cruise Trial, More Cruise Crime, More Cruise Drugs and Who Wants to Cruise to Mexico Anyway?

A super busy week took me away from the computer for the last week. What a fun week at Cruise Law and in the strange world of cruising: Lose Some / Win Some: A trial involving our client a seriously … Continue reading

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George Martin is not my bitch, but he needs to write faster anyway

io9 reports that "HBO's television adaptation of Game of Thrones will debut Sunday, April 17." Meanwhile, George RR Martin has no release date for A Dance with Dragons, the next book in the series of which Game is the first … Continue reading

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