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Litigation & Arbitration

Jul. 3, 2024

Read before you let your freak flag fly

The United States Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a Christian group’s request to raise a Christian flag outside of Boston City Hall, while the federal courts are hearing cases involving Christians’ rights versus gay rights in disputes over flags.

Panda L. Kroll

Founder, Panda Kroll, Esq. & Associates.

Panda represents both employers and employees in labor disputes.

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As a student of First Amendment litigation, and in keeping with last month's national holiday, I am following three recent legal cases involving flags.

The first two -- Little v. L.A. County Fire Department and Feldman v. Denver Public Schools -- are pending in federal courts. Both fall into the category of "my protected class trumps your protected class" cases, i.e., disputes involvi...

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