Holidays are deeply personal and emotional times, and as such have a way of provoking strong feelings in just about everyone over just about any issue. And then we liberally mix in booze, sugary foods, and wild parties. In twelve chapters—one for each month—The Little Book of Holiday Law covers holidays big and small, religious and secular, and looks at many different types of cases covering everything from public displays of religious celebration to Halloween pranks gone bad. Enjoy and share this fun and fascinating look at holiday culture, facts, and humor, and the occasionally litigious reactions provoked by crosses, cauldrons, and celebrations.
Ursula Furi-Perry, J.D. is a nationally published legal writer, adjunct college professor and attorney from Massachusetts, whose articles have been published by Law.com, American Lawyer Media, the American Bar Association, The National Jurist, Legal Assistant Today, and more. She teaches paralegal courses at Bridgewater State College and Northern Essex Community College. She resides in Haverhill, Massachusetts.