Holiday Laws – The War on Christmas and other Holiday Laws – Episode 12
- Learn what holiday law is all about
- Learn how the Jewish culture celebrates holidays.
- Explore the things people consider putting up during office holiday celebrations
On this week’s episode, Matt and Tony deep dive into some of the craziest and darkest parts of the legal history of the United States. Matt is a recovering Big Law attorney-turned-comedian with a passion for legal history, while Tony has no legal background whatsoever – except for a few minor brushes with the law. Ultimately, it’s Tony’s absurd and fun point of view on laws that will rub Matt the hilarious way.
Peace on Earth, good will toward men? Ooh, shoot! Or at least that’s the way it seems when you consider how holiday lawsuits involve many aspects of our society, from religious to gender-sensitive sprigs. Here are lawsuit spirits in time for the holidays. Be amazed that you do not have overtime pay during holiday work according to the law.
Check out these episode highlights
- [08:46] – Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s holiday lawsuits: One is a non-stop carol for inmates
- [10:37] – Matt’s conspiracy theory on why inmates commit suicide
- [12:20] – Court’s decision on his bizarre holiday cases
- [16:21] – Governor Abbott of Texas taking down a mock of Nativity Scene
- [22:30] – Christmas Day is not a National Holiday
- [22:46] – FSLA decides on holiday declarations
- [23:11] – Nativity Scene’s interesting tidbits: Reindeer Rule
- [27:27] – Holiday party pitfalls: Religious and gender sensitivity issues during holiday celebrations