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Legally Speaking

Articles from the magazine section Legally Speaking.

Don’t be STUPID!

ls stupid 2014The “dos” (and some “don’ts”) of the dancer classifcation issue

As an addendum to the EXPO 2014 Legal Panel, attorney Eric Bernstein provides seven tips to help club owners maneuver through the minefield that is dancer class-action lawsuits.

New era of tolerance?

ls new-era 2014Same-sex marriage, marijuana legalization ...why are adult nightclubs left out of this new era of tolerance?

While it seems like our society is moving toward an era of acceptance and tolerance of a person’s right to “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” attorney Luke Lirot asks, “Why did adult clubs get left behind?”

NEW U.S. Supreme Court decision:

ls supreme 2014 PageThe Court taketh away and the court giveth (maybe)

Does McCullen v. Coakley provide breathing room for the First Amendment? Attorney John Weston explains why it might.

Club Madonna:

ls madonnaThe whole story

The accidental entry of an underage teen impels a renowned South Beach club to reexamine its procedures, but also exposes a city’s rash—even unlawful—overreaction.

The Affordable Care Act

ls care acaka “Obamacare” —and your club

What exactly does the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) mean for your adult nightclub? And what do you need to do NOW to prepare for it? At EXPO 2013, attorney Randy Limbeck of the Jackson Lewis Law Firm (presented by ACE) offered an in-depth analysis of the ACA, specifically as it relates to adult clubs.

Whatever happened to Pap’s AM?

nov 13 in paps(Otherwise known as one of the most important U.S. Supreme Court cases in the history of the adult nightclub industry.)

In the process of conducting the interview for this issue’s cover story on Kandy’s Gentleman’s Club in Waterford, Pennsylvania, we learned that its owner, Joe Cunningham, was one of the priniciples behind the Pap’s AM v. City of Erie case that made its way to the U.S. Supreme Court in 2000, and became one of the most important court cases in the history of the adult nightclub industry.  We spoke at length to Cunningham on what it was like to face off against the City of Erie—lose everything in the process—only to rise again with Kandy’s over 10 years later.

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