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Employees’ Speech Not Public Matter (access required)

In a suit by two correctional officers who allege defendant supervisors retaliated against them for lodging an employment complaint and interfered with the employment dispute process through witness intimidation, the Lynchburg U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to defendants. In count I, plaintiffs claim retaliation for their complaints about working conditions. Crucial to this case is ...

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