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Tuesday, November 27, 2012


Eric Kingsley

This opinion with its breadth and persuasiveness likely puts to rest at least within the state the question if Gentry is still good law. SCOTUS will be the only one to reverse this very well reasoned opinion and I'm hoping Kennedy can be swayed by these arguments especially in a employment context where choice is much more limited. THE NRLA issues will likely be taken up next by this same panel and my firm currently has a similar case before this very panel, fully briefed and waiting on argument.

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