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1 Apr 2013, 10:54 pm by Cara Henley Johnson
Supports believe this bill which permits, among other provisions, “winter celebration” decorations in schools is legal because of the Supreme Court case Lynch v. [read post]
13 Aug 2012, 5:56 am by Second Circuit Civil Rights Blog
This case clarifies an important issue under FMLA as well as the standards governing tenure denial cases under the employment discrimination laws.The case is Donnelly v. [read post]
13 Aug 2012, 4:43 am by Heidi Henson
A high school teacher who alleged that he was denied tenure in retaliation for taking FMLA leave presented a fact issue as to whether he worked enough hours to be eligible for leave, despite the fact that pursuant to the governing CBA, he worked three hours fewer that the minimum required by the Act, the Second Circuit ruled in reversing summary judgment in favor of the school district (Donnelly v Greenburgh Central School District No 7, August 10, 2012, Lynch, G). [read post]
12 Sep 2011, 4:10 am by Howard Friedman
Haupt, Transnational Nonestablishment, (George Washington Law Review, Forthcoming).Frederick Mark Gedicks, Lynch v. [read post]
6 Sep 2011, 8:39 am by Lawrence Solum
Reuben Clark Law School) has posted Lynch v. [read post]
10 Nov 2010, 7:30 am by Transplanted Lawyer
Because I think the Lemon test has been superseded by and subsumed into the endorsement test ("The proper inquiry under the purpose prong of Lemon, I submit, is whether the government intends to convey a message of endorsement or disapproval of religion," Lynch v. [read post]
12 Dec 2009, 8:30 am
""Lynch," is the Supreme Court case, Lynch v. [read post]
25 Dec 2007, 9:29 pm
After the show, go to the archive to listen.If you want to bone up on the law beforehand, read Lynch v. [read post]
25 Nov 2006, 11:49 am
At the same time, this group is much more willing to defer to the state, both in matters of generally applicable laws that appear formally neutral with respect to religion (Smith), and state rules that accommodate religion as long as formal neutrality is observed and direct endorsement is avoided (Lynch v. [read post]