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Reprimand Letter Not ‘Adverse Action’ (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses plaintiff’s Title VII suit alleging defendant school board retaliated against her by refusing to remove a letter of reprimand in retaliation for prior allegations of discrimination lodged by plaintiff. Reprimand letter Defendant school board hired ...

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‘Joint Employer’ Covers TV Technician Pay (access required)

Two groups of satellite television technicians have sufficiently alleged that defendants DIRECTV and DirectSat jointly employed the technicians for coverage by federal minimum wage and overtime pay standards, and the 4th Circuit reverses dismissal of plaintiff technicians’ FLSA suits. ’Joint ...

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