Thursday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: I owe child support payments to my wife in Pennsylvania but I solved that problem by moving really far away, to Hawaii. Ha! But I just received a call out of the blue offering me the chance of a lifetime to star in Jennifer Aniston's new romantic comedy, and the producers want to meet with me in Pennsylvania. That happens, right?
Answer: Perhaps. But sometimes it is just a bounty hunter trying to lure you back to Pennsylvania so you can be arrested. (Reuters, Fake Jennifer Aniston Movie Role Nabs Deadbeat Dad)
2) Question: My employer failed to pay me $0.23 it owed me in overtime pay two years ago. Can I get a class action lawsuit certified?
Answer: Of course. (The Am Law Litigation Daily, Class Cert Granted in 23 Cent(!) Overtime Suit Against Office Depot)
3) Question: I'm a stripper from France and I'm trying to get a Canadian visa. Why do I keep getting rejected?
Answer: Canada has stopped granting visas for foreign strippers, escorts and massage parlor workers. Sorry! (Newser, Canada Bans Foreign Strippers)
Posted by Bruce Carton on July 12, 2012 at 12:11 PM | Permalink
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