“A Strong Spirit Transcends Rules,” Prince.
This is what happened: A young mother placed a 29-second video of her two little children in the kitchen dancing to Let’s Go Crazy by Prince on YouTube. She titled the video “Let’s Go Crazy #1.” During the video, the mother asks her 13-month old “what do you think of the music,” and he bobs his head up and down while holding a push toy.
Employer Argues Labor Commissioner Delay Resulted In Loss Of Witness.
A security guard complained to his employer about not receiving his paychecks and said he would go to “the Labor Board.” He was fired. Over three years later, the Labor Commissioner determined “there is reasonable cause to believe [the employer] violated the Labor Code,” and directed the employer to cease and desist retaliation, offer the employee reinstatement to his position, or a similar position, and pay back wages of $86,094.56.
Latest reverse mortgage data points to continued recovery
For the first time since the last year’s program changes kicked in, the HECM industry saw growth in both its retail and wholesale channels, according to the latest report from Reverse Market Insight. RMI President John Lunde said the data sets the stage for future growth and recovery.
What’s The Juvenile Court To Do With Truants. . . .Ferris Bueller’s Day Off?
A 15-year-old is a habitual truant; he missed 255 school periods without a valid reason. He was declared a ward of the juvenile court. The court directed him to reside in the home of his parents, attend school daily, comply with a 6:00 p.m. curfew and not stay away from home overnight without permission of probation officer.
No Double Recovery When Plaintiff Dies After Suing Manufacturer And Son Brings Wrongful Death Claim.
Decedent brought an action against a cigarette manufacturer seeking damages for lung cancer, but died while the verdict was on appeal. In the present case, decedent’s son brought a wrongful death action against the tobacco company for his father’s death and received $12.8 million for loss of consortium.
Discrimination Against Member Of Armed Forces Must Be By Employer.
Military and Veterans Code §394 says “no person shall discriminate against” any member of the military. Lt. Mario Pantuso was called to active duty in