September 10 roundup

by Walter Olson on September 10, 2012

  • Employee “moons” corporate brass, court upholds his loss of $2 million in commissions [NYDN]
  • Just what you always wanted to win in a class action: a 15%-off Bed Bath & Beyond coupon [PoL, compare]
  • Seven Camden, N.J. students made to eat lunch on cafeteria floor will get $500,000 [Courier Post Online]
  • “Lawyer Submits A Five-Page Brief — In Comic Book Form” [Tucson Weekly]
  • “Sunlight Before Signing: Measuring a Campaign Promise” [Jim Harper, Cato]
  • Judge Alex Kozinski cast as an extra in “Atlas Shrugged II” [Above the Law]
  • “Recusal Motion Cites Girl-Scout-Cookie Purchase” [Lowering the Bar]

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1 robert 09.10.12 at 3:44 pm

“The administrator who imposed the punishment, Theresa Brown, was reassigned to another school.”

Of course you can’t ever fire school teachers, adding to these large settlements. If people felt that justice was served with a simple swift firing, us taxpayers would save money on judgements like this.

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