I wrote before about Judge Edith Jones, who has been accused of making racist comments at a Federalist Society meeting. See my prior post here. She allegedly stated that certain racial groups, such as African-Americans and Hispanics, are "predisposed" toward crime. Most judges might get away with making those sorts of statements, if they
Think Twice Before Going into “Fight” Mode
By Thomas J. Crane on
Posted in Litigation and trial practice
Most employees who come see me have thought twice, three times, even 20 times before they decide to file a complaint, or worse, file suit against the employer. In his blog, Michael Maslanka cautions employers to think twice before going into "fight" mode when an employee files an EEOC charge or even a lawsuit.