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Delayed Filing Blamed on Lawyer Family Illness (access required)

Plaintiff, an African-American female who served as Lead Personnel Security Specialist for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation since 2010, has her Title VII race and discrimination suit dismissed by the Alexandria U.S. District Court because she filed her complaint after ...

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Fired Systems Engineer’s Grievance Fails (access required)

A systems engineer terminated by UVa Medical Center for multiple instances of failing to meet performance expectations and for insubordination cannot overturn his termination by challenging a hearing officer’s factual findings during his grievance procedure, which the Charlottesville Circuit Court ...

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Investigators Get Overtime Pay, Prejudgment Interest (access required)

Investigators of fraudulent insurance claims are entitled to overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act and New York labor law, and the 4th Circuit upholds summary judgment for plaintiff investigators on their FLSA classification but finds GEICO acted reasonably ...

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