A woman was bicycling near Pres. Trump’s golf course in New Jersey happened upon the President’s motorcade. She could have swerved to avoid the traffic. But, realizing this was the President’s motorcade, she rode along and flipped off the President. She expressed her views. She engaged in the great American past-time, public protest, if a

Colin Kaepernick has filed a labor grievance alleging the NFL has “colluded” to keep him from playing. His press release and the news accounts do not explain what his basis is for believing there is some on going collusion going. See NPR news report.

Having watched the NFL for most of my life, I

Bowe Bergdahl is expected to plea guilty to a charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. SGT Bergdahl’s lawyer has refused comment. But, a former U.S. Air Force JAG officer explained that pleading guilty makes sense. The evidence against the former Taliban POW is rather clear, he said. See San Antonio Express News report

Awhile back, I watched another episode of Undercover Boss.  As they often do, the boss revealed himself at the end of the show, handed out thousands to deserving employees who are struggling, promoted one or two who clearly deserved it, hugged his workers and explained why his company was good and pledged himself to make

Its a tough life working in Big Law. A partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati in New York became dependent on drugs. Identified only as “Peter,” his former wife wrote about him in a New York Times piece.  Peter worked 60 hours a week for 20 years. He was by all accounts successful. His

The Americans with Disabilities Act was passed in 1992 during the administration of the first George H.W. Bush. It was later amended in 2009. Yet, many persons with disabilities still face obstacles to employment. In EEOC v. S&B Industries, Inc., No. 15-CV-641, 2017 LEXIS 9259 (N.D. Tex. 2017), two women with hearing impairment applied

Against my better judgment, sometime back, I let the company representative talk to my client at a mediation. I am always interested in trying something different. The employer suggested the company rep talk directly to my client, the employee who had sued that company. Always interested in trying something different, I thought, “let’s give it

In yet another lawsuit against Pres. Trump, three plaintiffs allege they were physically assaulted at a Louisville, Kentucky rally in 2016 when then Candidate Trump encouraged violence against the three. The three persons attended the rally to protest Mr. Trump. One of the persons who struck the protesters was Alvin Bamberger, a member of the

It is unfortunate that the President of the United States would defend someone who has settled five separate claims of sexual harassment. Pres. Trump defended Bill O’Reilly yesterday, saying he was a good person. Pres. Trump does not think Mr. O’Reilly did anything wrong. See CBS news report. And, just a year ago, then

The Ninth Circuit affirmed the lower court’s issuance of an injunction which stopped the travel ban. The travel ban has received enormous attention since it was issued Jan. 27. In its opinion, State of Washington, v. Trump, No.17-35105 (9th Cir. 2/9/2017), the court first explained that yes, Presidential directives regarding immigration are reviewable by