Daily Archives: June 19, 2008

Sonics owner: It’s all about the net

The fate of the Seattle SuperSonics will not be decided on the basketball court but in the courtroom as an unusual trial is underway to determine where the team will play next season. National Basketball Association owners earlier this year ...

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Supreme Court gets down to work

The Supreme Court issued four employment-related opinions this morning, with two favoring workers and two favoring employers: The court made it easier for older workers to show age discrimination in disparate impact cases, in Meacham v. Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory ...

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Flocking to the Metro

Washington’s Metro system has had two of its highest-ridership days on record this week – despite the lack of Nats games or special events. Yesterday, 823,000 people road Metro’s trains, making it Metro’s sixth most popular day. The day before ...

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