Back in August 2022, the federal Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, which covers South Carolina and a few other states, ruled that gender dysphoria qualifies as a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Quick Refresher on the ADA This law applies to... read more
I recently read through an old disability discrimination decision by the Supreme Court of Gondor, issued by the court back during the tail end of the Third Age. For you nerds, the case name is Sméagol a/k/a Gollum v. Frodo Baggins, et al. Of particular interest to me... read more
Before my son entered this world a few weeks ago, I would spend a few moments each evening reading a children’s book to him/his mother’s stomach in an effort to instill in him a love of literature. This time spent together reading books has been a great opportunity of... read more
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