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FMLA Win & Loss Not ‘Inconsistent Verdict’ (access required)

A jury verdict in an FMLA case was not “inconsistent” because the jury found for  plaintiff on her “interference” claim and for employer on plaintiff’s “retaliation” claim based on her termination, says the Harrisonburg U.S. District Court; plaintiff wins $25,258 in back pay, reinstatement and the IRS prime rate of 3.25 percent as the statutory ...

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