What do you tell employer clients in the wake of the New Haven case?
Good question, according to the New York Times. "[M]any legal experts said that instead of setting forth clear new rules, the court’s decision left things as muddled as ever for the nation’s employers," Steven Greenhouse reports. Speaking of the Grey Lady, Times national legal correspondent Adam Liptak reviews the 2008 Supreme Court term on today's edition of NPR's Fresh Air. If you miss today's broadcast you can listen to the archived version in a day or two.