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Constructive discharge supports Bowman suit (access required)

The Bowman public-policy exception extends to cases of constructive discharge, two federal judges have ruled in separate cases. Each case allows an employee claiming she was “constructively discharged” due to sexual harassment to sue her employer for wrongful termination. The ...

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Giving a jury forecast (access required)

The average jury is about as predictable as the weather. A lawyer who fears jurors are going to rain all over his case is sometimes surprised by a burst of sunshine when the verdict is announced. Or, a lawyer who ...

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News in Brief for 11/20/95 (access required)

Rehearing sought in DUI Double Jeopardy case Defense attorneys have asked the Court of Appeals to rehear their arguments supporting the DUI Double Jeopardy defense. The attorneys asked the court to reconsider its decision in Tench v. Commonwealth (VLW 095-7-739). ...

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