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December 16, 2010

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Excellent post. It makes me realize the energy of words and pictures. I learn a lot, thank you! Wish you make a further progress in the future.

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

Doesn't let grass grow under his feet, does he. Thank you for bringing this to readers's attention.

Few will like this or agree with it. But public relations, especially as the issue is framed in the media, decides most matters. This lawyer obviously realized that reality.

If the media find this issue to be important, then this guy could be golden and his former employer take a serious brand hit.

He does seem to be playing his P.R. card - he published a law journal article on the topic before he was terminated. See http://www.examiner.com/legal-news-in-philadelphia/lawyer-alleges-philly-firm-fired-him-for-taking-full-paternity-leave

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