Antonin Scalia – law legacy

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Antonin Scalia – law legacy

When we are reweaving Justice Antonin Scalia’s cases regarding employment law we find them more confusing and complicated than we actually thought.

For example, the Abercrombie case from the last year, Justice Scalia have written report that was beneficial for employment law plaintiff. By his opinion, this case was an easy one. In this case an applicant for a job, who based on religious belief was wearing headscarf, only have to prove that that was only reason why company wouldn’t hire her.

Another case that was ruled in employer’s benefit was Young v UPS case. Creativity in pretending to be scholar –  gives us an explanation that is questionable in principles as it is pointless in practice.

150325_JURIS_PeggyYoung.jpg.CROP.promovar-mediumlargeIn a case Gross against FBL Financial Service he took place with the majority opinion. In this case was hard to determine discrimination by only saying age must be the cause of performing some employment task and not “but for”. He stated that this case was pure textualism.

<> on October 6, 2009 in Washington, DC.

His opinions regarding homosexuality were upsetting. He stated that many U.S citizens do not want to be partners in business with persons who openly engage themselves in homosexual relationship. They don’t want them to be teachers for their children, or scoutmasters. He stated that nothing’s wrong with his opinion and with the people who support the same.

Many colleagues who respected him as an exceptional expert didn’t agree with this opinion.

He was eminent speaker for the Young Lawyers’ Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. He was well respected form the navigate to this web-site.

His legacy became enormous; he could decide the case only by looking the text of U.S. Constitution. He had an ability to find a weakness in most cases regarding employer – worker lawsuits. His every decision has been written in such a style that cannot be repeated.