I’ve read and heard opposition to the adoption of laws that address bullying in work or school settings on the ground that such measures ”demonize” those accused of engaging in bullying behaviors.
I can’t speak for all current and proposed anti-bullying laws. However, as the author of the Healthy Workplace Bill, which serves as the primary template for workplace anti-bullying legislation across the country, I certainly can address whether that criticism fairly applies to this particular proposal.
Important Changes to the Rules For Making Evidentiary Objections to the Contents of Declarations That Support and Oppose Requests for Orders: Meet California Rules of Court, Rule 5.111 ...
I’m lawyer, so I talk to a lot of people who are in disagreement; but they all agree on one thing,
the litigation system is broken.
So, if the system isn’t working– fix it.
You can do it – if you remember that every contract is considered to be the “private law” of the parties. As long as it doesn’t conflict with the larger system, that private law will be upheld and enforced by the larger system.
When you write your agreements, create your own legal system.