Search This Blog

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Ah-nold in the Land of Employment Terminations

Ah-nold makes a return visit here, this time in the field of employment law, specifically as it relates to terminations of employment.

A while back, I posted on the Second Circuit's Schwarzenneger UBIT case.  I've also previously posted herehere and here on a sampling of some interesting terminations of employment in the world of entertainment.

Now, the Governator needs to be added to the list of those who have provided notable employment-termination moments in pop culture, as we now have the "you're Terminated" line from the rejiggered Celebrity Apprentice (which, it simply must (!) be noted, is executive-produced by the (to-be) President of the United States of America*).  As to whether it's thumbs-up or thumbs-down on the show itself, I just report - you decide.

Happy New Year to all!

* . . . and which, of course, added its own catchphrase to the termination lexicon, with the now-ubiquitous, "you're fired."

No comments: