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Looks like Dana Snay might not be posting photos from her European vacation this summer.
Following a victorious $80,000 settlement obtained by her father from his former employer — a private school in Miami — Ms. Snay, a young lady from the looks of her Facebook photo, posted this: “Mama and Papa Snay won the case… (the school) is now officially paying for my vacation to Europe this summer. SUCK IT,” according to The Epoch Times newspaper’s Sunday edition.
Too bad she didn’t read the fine print: There was a nondisclosure agreement attached to the settlement on a lawsuit filed by the former headmaster, who accused the school of age discrimination, according to the article.
The post went viral, causing a state court to throw out the lawsuit last week, according to the article. The judge wrote: “His daughter then did precisely what the confidentiality agreement was designed to prevent,” according to the article.
Employers weighing the pros and cons of workplace drug policies just received a nudge in the area of workforce health: 80% of marijuana users exercise.