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Supervisor Not Liable for ‘No-Show’ Worker (access required)

A Norfolk city agency cannot collect contract damages against the supervisor of a “no-show” employee for the money the agency paid the absent employee, a Norfolk Circuit Court says. The court overrules defendant’s demurrer on three grounds: that the contract was too vague to establish a standard to judge defendant George Pratt’s actions; the breach had ...

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