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On today’s anniversary of 9/11, I couldn’t help but to think back on twenty years ago. I draw inspiration from the challenges and adversity we face as a country and the heroes who rise on those occasions to help others – I got it from my Mom. On 9/11, eighteen years ago today, I was in a Boston hotel across the street from where the five terrorists who flew the American Airlines plane into the first World Trade Center stayed. I was in Boston after selling Prairielaw.com, a virtual legal communi...
Tags: Law, Boston, Blogging, Aol, Seattle, Lexblog, American Airlines, Martindale, LexisNexis Martindale Hubbell, Praielaw


How Small Things Still Matter – A 9/11 Story

What makes an employee file a lawsuit? Or what makes an employee give an employer the benefit of the doubt? I think about this question sometimes in the middle of lawsuits. I try to figure out what went wrong in the relationship between the employer and the employee. After all, at some point, both thought that they were in for a long relationship together. Both had big hopes and dreams. Somewhere the relationship went off track. The answers as to what that happens are normally complicated; it’s ...
Tags: Florida, Lawsuit, Law, Connecticut, Miami, Hertz, Loyalty, 9/11, September 11, Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Beaufort South Carolina, Featured Content, Small Things


Justice Thomas's jurisprudence of race

Interesting article, that called to my attention some things I had not known. [Author: Brian Leiter]
Tags: Law, Thomas, Brian Leiter



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