Would the X-Men's Scott Summers qualify for workplace protection under the Americans with Disabilities Act? (Probably). Is it illegal to attempt to reveal a superhero's secret identity? Likely, as the courts have held that a right to privacy includes "emotional solitude." Just how hard would it be to get insurance against the super-villains who keep knocking your house over? These are just a few of the questions asked and answered on the blog, "Law and the Multiverse," which explores the legal ramifications the presence of superheroes would have in the real world.
We speak with lawyer and co-creator of the blog Ryan Davidson.
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