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Contractor Showed No Damage from Exec Departure (access required)

Plaintiff, a company that provides systems engineering and technical support to federal agencies, could not show any lost profits from alleged trade secret misappropriation or other wrongful conduct by a former executive who left to develop her own IT business ...

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Not ‘Fitting In’ Did Not Prompt Tenure Denial (access required)

Defendant Longwood University wins summary judgment in plaintiff marketing professor’s suit under 42 U.S.C. § 1981 alleging she was denied tenure due to her Turkish ethnicity and national origin, as demonstrated by faculty comments that she “did not fit in”; ...

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No Title VII Claim for Harassment by Students (access required)

A Harrisonburg U.S. District Court dismisses an African-American male’s suit alleging defendant public school system violated Title VII and the Age Discrimination Employment Act when it dropped him from the roster of substitute teachers; the district judge accepts the magistrate ...

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