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Fired For Wearing Orange?

By March 21, 2012

14 workers at a South Florida law firm were fired for wearing orange. The former employees claim that they would wear orange on pay day so they could be easily recognized during happy hour after the workday was over. Or were they wearing their shirts in protest?  Florida is an …

Supreme Court Recognizes 'Ministerial Exception' to Employment-Discrimination Laws

By January 11, 2012

An interesting article from today’s Chronicle of Higher Education about the implications of a recent Supreme Court decision that formally recognized the “ministerial exception” as legal doctrine in employment discrimination lawsuits. Read the full story here. By Peter Schmidt In a decision with major implications for church-affiliated colleges and their …