Monthly Archives: June 2013

Is it O.K. to Exclude Female Golfers From Public Tournaments?

Three days before champion amateur golfer, Elaine Joyce, expected to partner with her dad in a town tournament in Massachusetts, the town pro told her dad he’d have to find another partner because it was a male-only event.  When Ms. … Continue reading

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Should You Be Peeking At Someone’s Personal Emails?

When a plaintiff quit her job at a Verizon store she returned a company-issued cell phone that she used for both personal and business.  She thought that she had deleted her personal g-mail account beforehand, but learned that her former … Continue reading

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Who Really Created sTORIbook Weddings & Best Ink?

Three producer-writers alleging they were neither credited nor reimbursed for two ideas they conceived for reality television filed a complaint this week in Los Angeles County Superior Court. The first idea was for a show to be hosted by Tori … Continue reading

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Did a Newspaper Article Sway an Election?

A candidate running for the democratic nomination of his congressional district sued a local newspaper claiming an article they ran included text that was defamatory which placed him in a false light.  The piece stated that he “consistently declined to … Continue reading

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