Pier 1 Employee Sues Company for Forced Maternity Leave
Pier 1 Employee Sues Company for Forced Maternity Leave
Coerced into Sex by Using Threat of Tax Penalty
Coerced into Sex by Using Threat of Tax Penalty
Convicted ‘Ivy League Killer’ Given Maximum Life with No Parole
Convicted ‘Ivy League Killer’ Given Maximum Life with No P...
Video Shows Prosecutor Being Slammed by Panel of Judges
Video Shows Prosecutor Being Slammed by Panel of Judges
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Pier 1 Employee Sues Company for Forced Maternity Leave

Pier 1 Employee Sues Company for Forced Maternity Leave   Kimberly Erin Caselman is a sales associated at Pier 1 in San Jose. She told her boss in November that she was two months pregnant, according to the Los Angeles Times.   Her doctor recommended that she not lift…>read more

No Comment April 18, 2014

Coerced into Sex by Using Threat of Tax Penalty

Coerced into Sex by Using Threat of Tax Penalty     An Oregon man, Vincent Burroughs of Eugene, told ABC News’ “20/20” in April 2013 that he was suing the United States government and IRS agent Dora Abrahamson for “sexual coercion and the violation of Privacy Act.” Vincent Burroughs alleges…>read more

No Comment April 18, 2014

Convicted ‘Ivy League Killer’ Given Maximum Life with No Parole

Convicted ‘Ivy League Killer’ Given Maximum Life with No Parole     In Queens, the convicted ‘Ivy League Killer,’ 35 year old Jason Bohn, cried his way through sentencing when Judge Michael Aloise gave him the maximum of life behind bars with no chance of parole. Bohn, beat his live-in girlfriend,…>read more

No Comment April 16, 2014

Video Shows Prosecutor Being Slammed by Panel of Judges

Video Shows Prosecutor Being Slammed by Panel of Judges   An en banc in the Ninth Circuit involved mockery, one-liners, and keeping it real for more than one hour back in September. The entire exchange between the judges and the lawyers involved in the case was caught on video…>read more

No Comment April 16, 2014

New Hampshire Adultery Law Repealed

New Hampshire Adultery Law Repealed   A 200-year-old law criminalizing marital infidelity in New Hampshire could be repealed this year. Boston television station WCVB reported that the state House of Representatives last week voted 268-29 to repeal the law. A spokesman for Gov. Maggie Hassan…>read more

No Comment April 15, 2014

Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls on the United States Congress

Apple CEO Tim Cook Calls on the United States Congress     The bill known as the Employment Non-Discrimination Act has been passed by the Senate, but according to 9 to 5 mac, has struggled to make it through the House of Representatives. The law would prohibit companies with 15 or…>read more

No Comment April 15, 2014

Data Shows Job Outlook for New Lawyers Not Strong

Data Shows Job Outlook for New Lawyers Not Strong   Data was released last week by the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar that shows the job outlook for brand new lawyers is still bleak, according to the ABA Journal.   Of all the 2013…>read more

No Comment April 15, 2014

Law Firm Involved in GWB Investigation Releases Interview List to Attorney’s Office

Law Firm Involved in GWB Investigation Releases Interview List to Attorney’s Office   The law firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher released its interview records to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New Jersey and the legislative committee tasked with investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closures.   The list includes 75 interviews,…>read more

No Comment April 15, 2014

Appeals Courts Ready to Hear Arguments in Same-Sex Marriage Cases

Appeals Courts Ready to Hear Arguments in Same-Sex Marriage Cases   Three state bans on same-sex marriage will be decided on by two federal appellate courts, moving the questions closer to the Supreme Court. Federal district judges have defeated same-sex marriage bans in six states during a four-month period, according…>read more

No Comment April 14, 2014

Achilles Macris Won the Chance to Respond

Achilles Macris Won the Chance to Respond       A former JPMorgan Chase & Co. executive, Achilles Macris, who supervised the unit where a trader known as the London Whale caused $6.2 billion in losses, according to Bloomberg News, has now won the chance to respond…>read more

No Comment April 11, 2014

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