July 1, 2013
It’s clever lawyering, but boy, I sure don’t know how this one’s going to play in the court of public opinion: Paula Deen’s attorneys want to use a key portion of last week’s Supreme Court ruling that threw out California’s anti-gay marriage Prop. 8 to block the racial discrimination lawsuit that led to her downfall. Deadline’s Dominic Patten explains how here:http://www.deadline.com/2013/07/paula-deen-using-supreme-courts-prop-8-ruling-to-get-discrimination-suit-dismissed/If successful, Dominic says, the maneuver won’t unbreak that scrambled egg known as Deen’s former empire, but it might reduce her legal and financial exposures in the case.
What do you think of this maneuver?

It’s clever lawyering, but boy, I sure don’t know how this one’s going to play in the court of public opinion: Paula Deen’s attorneys want to use a key portion of last week’s Supreme Court ruling that threw out California’s anti-gay marriage Prop. 8 to block the racial discrimination lawsuit that led to her downfall. Deadline’s Dominic Patten explains how here:

http://www.deadline.com/2013/07/paula-deen-using-supreme-courts-prop-8-ruling-to-get-discrimination-suit-dismissed/

If successful, Dominic says, the maneuver won’t unbreak that scrambled egg known as Deen’s former empire, but it might reduce her legal and financial exposures in the case.

What do you think of this maneuver?

  1. benmasterstein reblogged this from deadlinecom and added:
    Go fetch my son some cake nigger.
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