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The pledge of allegiance in court? Since when?

Since when did participants in a trial have to take the pledge of allegiance, presumably to the flag? This is only a New York Law Journal abstract and doesn’t say where this trial was held. In a fifth grade class? … Continue reading

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Mel Gibson’s settlement agreement with non-disclosure clause

I don’t care for Eugene Volokh’s politics but he is a lawyer and did all of us a favor today by laying out the details and legal considerations concerning one particular settlement agreement–which of course can be extrapolated to all … Continue reading

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Fox News workplace sexual harassment: A Primer

I’ve never read a narrative as exemplary of workplace sexual harassment as today’s New York Times article on Fox News. Let it serve as a primer for every career woman who faces this kind of ugliness, tries to evade it … Continue reading

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