Abercrombie & Fitch
* The “Stepford Hipsters” of Abercrombie & Fitch have to make reasonable accommodations for employees wearing hijabs. [ATL Redline]
* The EPA is seeking comment to a proposal to limit the pesticide exposure of bees, yeah… I am sure a few labels will stop the coming global agricultural disaster that colony collapse portends. [JD Supra]
* David Boies is leading a legal all-star team fighting the construction of a new Warriors Arena, guess BSF will be rooting for the Cavs. [San Francisco Business Times]
* We love a dash of dry humor buried in an answer — classic rockers Led Zeppelin admit to being one of the “greatest bands in history,” deny other allegations. [Lowering the Bar]
* On the rarity of Mark Fuller resigning from the federal judiciary — it is about a once-in-every-ten-years kind of an event. [Legal Schnauzer]
* Creating laws to keep up with advancements in artificial intelligence is bound to be… complicated. [Legal Theory Blog]
* Judge Alex Kozinski gets testy in a dissent, calling the result (denying insurance coverage for sunken oil barrels before they started actually leaking) “absurd.” [Trial Insider]
Male models may be stereotypically portrayed as stupid, but when they’ve allegedly been taken advantage of, they have the good sense to sue for millions.
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* Warning to criminal defendants: if you say “f–k, y’all” in open court, it might be you who ends up getting f**ked. [The BLT: The Blog of Legal Times via WSJ Law Blog] * Musical chairs: Epstein Becker & Green closes up shop in Miami, after managing partner Michael Casey defects to Duane Morris (with […]