Galvin Kennedy

  • Blogs

    September 5, 2012

    Dallas Stripper Sues Baby Dolls, Claims Club Shorted Her on Wages and Overtime

    Strip clubs are the brave new frontier in employment lawsuits. Women who were for years treated as "independent contractors" are filing suit in droves against their current or former employers. All of them want basically the same thing: the minimum wage and overtime money they feel they should have ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 28, 2011

    Strippers Who Sued Jaguars Claim the Chain Retaliated. And That, Judge Says, Is a No-No.

    A Dallas-based strip-club chain facing a class-action lawsuit tried to compel its dancers not to join that legal action -- and even fired a woman who wouldn't comply, or so the strippers claim. In a motion filed earlier this month, the dancers also claim that the clubs foisted the agreements on the ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 9, 2011

    Stripping's Suze Orman

    Naomi VaughanRebecca Avalon's No. 1 Rule: Stay off the pole, ladies.​Rebecca Avalon likes to say she did things backwards: went to college, got a master's degree in science education, became an elementary school teacher, then started stripping. She's quit dancing full time twice but keeps goin ... More >>

  • News

    December 8, 2011

    Strippers Have Rights. But Do They Want Them?

    In courthouses across the country, lawyers are fighting for strippers' rights -- and winning. But dancers are worried the lawsuits will cut into their cash flow.