- Harris v. New York State Athletic Commission
392 NYS2d 70, 56 AD2d 835 (2 Dept, 1977)
- Where athletic commission's refusal to allow boxer to wear yarmulke
was out of safety concerns, no constitutional rights were violated.
- Close-it Enterprises v. Weinberger
407 NYS2d 587, 64 AD2d 686 (2 Dept, 1978)
- Lower court judge erred in ordering defendant to remove yarmulke
before jury entered, thus causing defendant to leave courtroom out
of religious conviction.
- Bishena v. Marriott
No. 91-55225, 9th Circuit, 1992
- Affirmed the D. Ct - that legitimate reasons for firing. Not discriminatory based on his yarmulke.
- Menora v Illinois High School Assoc.
683 F. 2d 1030 (7th cir. 1982)
- There is no constitutional right to play basketball.
- Closett Enterprises v. Weinberger
64 A.D. 2d 686, 407 N.Y.S. 2d 587 (1978)
- The trial judge ordered defendant to take off yarmulke or leave the courtroom. This was error.
- Bitterman v. Secretary of Defense
553 F. Supp 719 (DC 1982)
- This was a personal pref. He could be ordered not to wear.
- Weiner v. Time & Life Inc.
133 Misc. 2d 622, 507 N.Y.S. 2d 784 (S. Ct NY County, 1986)
- To say in an article that he didn't wear yarmulke in certain neighborhoods is not libel.
- Goldman v. Weinberger/US Air Force
- Miami Yeshiva Boys Basketball Team