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No Default In $6M Discrimination Case (access required)

A Harrisonburg U.S. District Court sets aside default judgment for a plaintiff seeking over $6 million for alleged Title VII violations, as defendant company has demonstrated the necessary basis for setting aside default under the controlling case law. The 4th Circuit requires the court to consider whether the moving party has a meritorious defense and acts ...

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