Monday essentials: Supreme Court hears adoption case - Fast food class action case - Miranda rights and public safety - Billy Bragg protests

Monday, 22 April 2013 06:00 AM Written by  Ipso Facto

20101010supremecourtbuilding 150Starting your week with the Post-Gazette Business/law package today begins with a report by theWashington Post's Robert Barnes on the U. S. Supreme Court's deliberations in an emotionally-wrenching adoption case.

The Legal Intelligencer's Gina Passarella updates a federal court decison on a Munhall woman's class-action lawsuit against fast-food giant Wendy's International.

Matt Mangino, who posts The Cautionary Instruction here on Fridays, examines the public safety exception to Miranda being employed in questioning the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon terror bombing.

20130422wap billbraggalbum 60And from the weekend, the Panic Street Lawyer's Jay Hornack discusses the career of musician and political activist Billy Bragg in the context of the Boston terror bombings, Margaret Thatcher's funeral and gun control.

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