After a seven year wait, U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan finally ruled in favor of CIR’s client DynaLantic on its challenge to the Section 8(a) set aside program. The court held that the Section 8(a) program failed to satisfy strict scrutiny as applied in the military simulation and training industry, andRead More → Posted in Blog, Case Updates
My name is Adrianne Perez and I just want to add a little bit to what Tom and his mother said. I know the school says Tom’s T-shirt is offensive and could cause trouble, but all the kids at the school know that’s ridiculous. That Jeff Foxworthy shirt is meantRead More → Posted in Cases
My name is Nancy Sypniewski and I’m here today because of what has happened to my son and my family. I want to tell you about what we’ve been through.
My husband and I got involved in this incident when we appealed Tom’s suspension to the Warren Hills School Board. AtRead More → Posted in Cases
My name is Tom Sypniewski. I just graduated this month from Warren Hills High School in Washington – here in New Jersey. Graduation was a relief after what I’ve been through these last few months.
It all started back in March when I wore a T-shirt to school that listed JeffRead More → Posted in Cases
May 29, 2001
Mr. Peter Merluzzi Superintendent of Schools Warren Hills Regional School District 89 Bowerstown Road Washington, New Jersey 07882
Dear Mr. Merluzzi:
This firm has been retained by Thomas Sypniewski, Jr., and his family, as co-counsel with The Center for Individual Rights, in connection with the disciplinary findings made and sanctions that you, on behalfRead More → Posted in Cases