Short Circuit 227 | Salt Mines and Open Fields
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Ever worked in a salt mine? It seems some non-union employees hadn’t either when their boss joked that they might be sent to one. That wasn’t funny to someone completely unconnected to the employer, who filed an unfair labor practice. Jared McClain joins us to discuss this funny case from the Third Circuit. And get a refresher on the open fields doctrine–and how it doesn’t apply to seizures–from John Wrench as he tells us about a few not-very-well-looked-after cows.
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