Even when they’re really rich and really famous and really attractive, other peoples’ actual lives are typically insipid.
If an employer sees that a job applicant seems to have some sort of religious need for accommodation contrary to the employer’s policies, isn’t the safer thing for the interviewer to do to avoid dealing with the applicant’s religion at all? Antonin Scalia answers that question and Burt Likko breaks down today’s moderately surprising 8-1 decision.
Here’s a look at what happened when some sports fans in Toronto behaved badly on live TV.
…Or, a look inside one of the things that Burt Likko actually does for a living.
Sometimes the law is a cruel mistress.