Jun 14, 2018
As we all know, at the urging of the Department of Education and under the weight of Title IX, colleges and universities have taken on the role of sexual referees with the power to investigate and adjudicate the sexual interactions of students as their inquisitors deem best. But what happens when both parties to a student sexual encounter deny that they consented to any intimate contact?
Two University of Cincinnati students got drunk and apparently … Read more
Jun 12, 2018
Getting fired or losing your job is never easy and it can be especially difficult if you were fired or terminated for reasons that are unjust or discriminatory. Oregon and federal law have many protections regarding discrimination and firing. Read on to get the “lay of the land” regarding Oregon law with respect to wrongful termination.
At the most basic level an employer can discharge an employee at any time and for any reason … Read more
Jun 8, 2018
Have you ever wondered how big is a really big rabbit? Apparently, a really big rabbit is really big as an Iowa case now pending in federal court has brought to light. In that case the plaintiffs are claiming damages for the death of Simon, a 10-month-old rabbit that had already grown to more than 3 feet in length. The story of both the litigation and Simon are most recently linked here.
However, Simon … Read more