Class-action sex-discrimination case, practices abroad and acquiring new technology – Podcast 2: July 2011
We have a very lively episode this month – the highlight being an interview with Dana Kravetz, an employment law expert, looking at the recent Supreme Court decision on what is being called the biggest class-action sex-discrimination case in over 50 years. Dana adds to this discussion with his prediction of the implications this case will have on similar employment and potential class-action lawsuits against big employers in the future.
We also have our regular features, including “On the Blawgs” which features a post from 3 Geeks and a Law Blog on why adults feel entitled to acquire the newest technology and how to use it both efficiently and effectively. And in “Chaos in the Courts” we have an amusing story about a woman who claims she was a victim of peanut butter assault.
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Show notes for July 2011:
1:00-2:25 “Chaos in the Courts”
2:30-4:00 “On the Blawgs” featuring a blog post from 3 Geeks and a Law Blog
4:00-15:10 Interview/Dana Kravetz: Supreme Court decision in favor of Wal-Mart
15:15-16:25 “In the News” with Thomson Reuters News & Insight
16:30-16:55 Closing comments