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Obesity can qualify as a disability under CA law – Cornell v. Berkeley Tennis Club

Plaintiff Ketryn Cornell began working part-time for the Berkeley Tennis Club as a lifeguard and pool manager in 1997, while attending college at UC Berkeley. She was employed as a night manager and continued to work at the Club after … Continue reading

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More Energy Service Contracts Should Now Qualify as Maritime

As anticipated previously, the en banc Fifth Circuit in In re Larry Doiron, Inc., jettisoned the two-tier, six-factor test of Davis & Sons, Inc. v. Gulf Oil Corp. in favor of a new “simplified” test to determine whether “a contract for the … Continue reading

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How to Qualify for Medicare and Medicaid

Medicare and Medicaid are different programs. Medicare provides health insurance for people age 65 and over, and Medicaid covers care for certain low-income individuals. However, it is possible to qualify for both programs at the same time, which is known … Continue reading

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DRIVEN TO QUALIFY AS A U.S. ATTORNEY, FROM A TINY IRISH VILLAGE TO THE BIG APPLE

DRIVEN TO QUALIFY AS A U.S. ATTORNEY, FROM A TINY IRISH VILLAGE TO THE BIG APPLE Captivated by American lifestyle and opportunities, Dublin law graduate Aoife Moore Kavanagh made sure to do whatever it took – with the help of … Continue reading

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When Does a Copyrighted Work Qualify as a "Work" for Purposes of Fixing Statutory Damages?

17 U.S.C. § 504 (c)(1) provides for only one award of statutory damages for multiple infringements of one "work." But many copyright holders do not realize that not all their copyrighted works qualify as "works" for purposes of fixing statutory … Continue reading

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