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No Claim for Promotion & Training Denial (access required)

The Department of Defense Contract Audit Agency wins summary judgment in the Alexandria U.S. District Court in a race discrimination suit filed by an African-American agency manager who alleges he was unfairly denied a promotion and various training opportunities, and ...

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‘False Records’ Firing Not Pretext for Age Bias (access required)

A female 52-year-old manager of a storage facility loses her age discrimination suit because she did not show her termination for alleged falsification of time and mileage records regarding trips to the bank was a pretext for age discrimination; on ...

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Seizure of Employee’s Computer Not Illegal (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court dismisses with prejudice a university administrator’s pro se complaint alleging multiple constitutional violations, federal and state statutory violations and federal and state criminal violations arising from his treatment and ultimate termination by the VCU School ...

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Professor Loses ‘National Origin’ Suit (access required)

A professor of East Indian origin, who taught in the physical therapy department at Hampton University, loses his suit alleging Title VII national original discrimination, as the Newport News U.S. District Court adopts the magistrate judge’s recommendation to grant summary ...

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Loan Officer Covered by ‘Outside Sales’ Exemption (access required)

A mortgage lender wins summary judgment in an overtime-pay suit filed by a loan officer; the Alexandria U.S. District Court says the lender demonstrated plaintiff loan officer is covered  by the “outside sales” exemption under the Fair Labor Standards Act. ...

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