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Tuesday's Three Burning Legal Questions

Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.

1) Question: I'm a bikini barista at an espresso stand. When I started working here, they made me sign a non-compete agreement. I signed it but now I want to be a bikini barista at a different place down the street. Is this non-compete binding?

Answer: Keep an eye on the Foxy Ladies v. Knotty Bodies lawsuit playing out in state court in Washington. That case may answer your question. 

2) Question: What is the fine for doing 108 mph in a 65 mph zone? And does it matter if I am the lieutenant governor of the state? 

Answer: Looks like $430, whether or not you are lieutenant governor. (Boston HeraldLt. Gov. Murray fined $555, cited for traveling 108 mph)

3) Question: I saw your post that a woman who was the star in a topless Las Vegas show was able to insure her breasts for $1,000,000. I am a food critic -- can I insure my taste buds?

Answer: No problem. (CNBC, Celebrity Insured Body Parts)

Posted by Bruce Carton on January 3, 2012 at 03:58 PM | Permalink | Comments (0)


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