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Civil Procedure – Jury Trial Demand – Employment Discrimination – Pro Se Plaintiff (access required)

Applying a four-factor test for granting a late request for a jury trial, a Richmond U.S. District Court grants plaintiff’s request, first made at the initial pretrial scheduling conference, for a jury trial of her employment discrimination claim. The 4th Circuit provided a four-factor test in Malbon v. Pa. Millers Mut. Ins. Co., 636 F.2d 936 ...

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