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The Origin of Redskin

March 26, 2006

Posted by Bill Poser

The controversy over the Washington Redskins trademark has attracted considerable attention, here and elsewhere. We have had quite… 1,839 more words

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EEOC Files First Title VII Suits Alleging Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation

By Michelle High

On Tuesday, March 1, 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) filed two sex discrimination lawsuits in federal court that are premised upon the Commission’s position that sexual orientation discrimination is a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. 418 more words

Employment Law

BaskinFleece is proud to announce that attorney Jeffrey A. Eisel has been made a partner, effective January 1. 2016.

Since November of 2012, Mr. Eisel has been practicing at BaskinFleece in the areas of guardianship, probate, and trust administration; guardianship, probate, and trust litigation; fiduciary litigation; estate planning; commercial and civil litigation; and business law. 88 more words


San Bernardino Shooters Planned Bigger Attack, Investigators Believe 

Richard A. SerranoRichard WintonSarah Parvini and James Queally report: An examination of digital equipment recovered from the home of the couple who killed 14 people in San Bernardino last week has led  520 more words


Sovereign citizen legal argument

The sovereign citizen legal argument is the topic of this blog post. This invalid legal argument is often used by desperate and uninformed people. The legal argument basically states that the person advancing it is not subject to any of the Federal State or local laws and therefore is free from all constraints imposed by the law on the grounds that they are a sovereign citizen and recognize their own peculiar interpretation of the common law. 645 more words

California Freelance Paralegal

Pro-lifers defeating Obama's sinful policies

March for Life, the organizers of the largest pro-life event in the U.S., won a historic victory Monday when a federal judge stopped the Obama administration from forcing the group to pay for drugs that could cause an abortion.

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Prince's Briefcase: Holbein v. Heritage Mutual Insurance Co. (Glannon Civil Procedure)

Professor Joseph Glannon Civil Procedure: Rule 20a Joinder of Parties

Here is a case from my Civil Procedure course which explains the rule on how to join parties in lawsuit. 332 more words

Suffolk Law School