Public School and Physicals

Posted Posted in Civil Rights, General

Public School and Physicals Facts     Question: Can Public Schools Require Physical Examinations (More than Drug Testing) as a Condition of Participation In School Athletics? Answer: Probably Not. (But as a practical matter – is this the parents’ fight at the expense of the child.  Only a parent can make that determination.) The Constitution   The Fourteenth Amendment […]

Qualified Immunity – 2001 Victory

Posted Posted in Civil Rights, Employment Law, Freedom of Speech and Press, General, Hostile Work Environment

Victory in 4th Circuit Court of Appeals   The law firm of Thomas H. Roberts & Associates, P.C. announced an important victory.  In an unpublished opinion, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that there the defense of qualified immunity is not available to the government in Title VII cases.  This fact is especially important […]