PODCAST: “Losing My Religion: Title VII and flu shot accommodations” (ft. Brooks and Ivy Meyer)


Last Thursday, the Third Circuit of Appeals issued this opinion in Fallon v. Mercy Catholic Medical Center of Southeastern Pennsylvania, in which the court addressed religious accommodation and flu shots. Specifically, the court focused on what constitutes “religion” under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

So, rather than write this up as a blog post, I thought I’d enlist the help of two family members who apparently enjoy flu shots; namely, my older son Brooks (8) and my older daughter Ivy (6).You’ll have to pardon our mess as the Bloggerdome (aka the “dining room”) is ill-equipped as a sound studio. But, we think you’ll enjoy our first podcast, which you can listen to here.

And since we’re using Anchor.fm for the podcast,  you can download the app, listen on your smartphone or tablet, and even “call in” with questions.

(Although, heaven help you if you construe anything from this trio as legal advice.)


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