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No Suit for “Negativity” in Performance Reviews (access required)

A pharmacist who complains about the “negativity” of employer’s communications about his work performance and instances of alleged harassment and retaliation, has failed to state claims under Title VII and the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Richmond U.S. District ...

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Mandatory Arbitration in Retiree Health Benefits Suit (access required)

Plaintiff retirees from the Virginia Education Association who are suing over reduction of their retiree benefit in the 2012 Collective Bargaining Agreement are required to submit to mandatory arbitration, as the arbitration clause remained in the parties’ CBA, the Richmond ...

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Company President Firing Not SOX Violation (access required)

A former president of a company that manufactures security and surveillance equipment cannot establish that his alleged whistleblower activity some 20 months earlier, including reporting alleged export violations, were a contributing factor in his termination, in violation of the Sarbanes-Oxley ...

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‘New Hire’ Treatment States Retaliation Claim (access required)

A male African-American security officer originally assigned to Mary Washington Hospital who alleges race and gender bias in the security company’s failure to post job openings and decision to promote a white female instead of plaintiff, has stated a claim ...

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