Wednesday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: The referee in my women's boxing match stopped the fight after I suffered a broken right hand. I could have kept going! A fight between male fighters wouldn't have been stopped. That is sex discrimination, right?
Answer: Not according to the California State Athletic Commission. (The Associated Press, Boxer: Sex discrimination behind halted fight)
2) Question: I just got fired from my construction project becasue I was wearing an Oklahoma Sooner tee shirt. What the heck? Can I sue the customer for this?
Answer: If you are hired to do construction at Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy's home, you better come wearing your orange, not Sooner red. And as for any lawsuit against Gundy, I think it is quite safe to say you better "GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT!" (Tulsa World, Choctaw man sues OSU coach Mike Gundy and his wife)
3) Question: I'm trying to reserve a table at a new restaurant in Washington, D.C., called Rogue 24. What is this document the restaurant is demanding that I fill out?
Answer: If you want to make a reservation at Rogue 24 you'll need to execute their two-page contract first. And leave your cell phone and camera behind. (Eater, Here Is The Contract You Need To Sign To Eat At Rogue 24)
Posted by Bruce Carton on August 17, 2011 at 01:49 PM | Permalink
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