Luckily for everyone yaniv can't keep his mouth shut, he's too smug, thick and needs to brag, so any job he gets will soon be known about and the Company will be made aware of him. jonathan yaniv or jessica simpson makes no odds in the long run. And that filtered pic of his won't stand up, let alone his voice.I suspect, if he legally changed his name, it has more to do with his need for employment than any legal case.
Most employers will at least do a Google on an applicant before hiring. "Jessica Yaniv" brings up thousands of hits that would keep an employer from hiring him. "Jessica Simpson" gets millions of celebrity hits that would cause this guy's history to be lost in the miasma.
Piggy might trot but he can't hide.
Agree. Disappointed here, I expected something more articulately written.I agree with what's been posted above. When I first read through Kari's letter I did think that she sounds very cowlike herself.
If you really want to make the points she's making, there are other ways to phrase it which would have more impact. Saying things like 'you played the trans card' could have easily been rephrased 'you mention Yaniv's transgender status when it has no bearing on the actual facts of the matter'.
She played herself with this letter, IMO.