The Legal Aspects of Halloween

Halloween night 2013 is now history, at least in this part of the world. Having seen the traditions “here” (in various parts of Europe) and “there” (in WI and NY, US), I might suggest a clear difference in approaches and “ambitions”. Nevertheless, globalization evens some of the differences out, as small “gangs” of young witches and devils are approaching neighbors in Geneva and Lausanne, making the latter get involved in search for sweets, nuts, fruits and candies, if any, in their apartments; as the companies and schools, in promoting diversity and enriching their “social” (or “entertainment”) programs, incorporate Halloween elements in their agendas; or as friends gather together, having found a new, creative reason to party. Continue reading