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CIVIL PROCEDURE – Consolidation Motion – Employment Discrimination (access required)

Although consolidation of these four cases alleging employment discrimination by defendant jail would serve judicial economy and convenience, an Abingdon U.S. District Court magistrate judge recommends denial of the motion to consolidate because of differences in plaintiffs’ jobs at the jail, time period of the alleged misconduct and in the defendants, could create confusion to ...

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