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Residency Program Directors Not ‘State Actors’ (access required)

A plaintiff who failed defendant hospital’s family medicine residency program who alleges race and gender discrimination, sexual harassment and retaliation for working hours in excess of established guidelines under the American Council for Graduate Medical Education, has not stated claims ...

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Male Professors Sue NSU for Equal Pay (access required)

In this 66-year-old African-American male mathematics professor’s suit alleging violations of the Equal Pay Act by defendant Norfolk State University, the Norfolk U.S. District Court conditionally certifies a class of similarly situated male professors, based on NSU’s submission of its ...

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IT Contract Workers Show FLSA Class (access required)

In this overtime pay suit against a government IT contractor, the Norfolk U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge conditionally certifies a class of network and system administrators who worked on defendant’s Military Sealift Command Afloat Contract out of defendant’s Chesapeake office. ...

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Employer Justified ‘No Rehire’ Status (access required)

A time-share salesman for the Massanutten resort who was demoted, then terminated and designated ineligible for rehire cannot show adverse employment action was based on his complaint of discrimination in favor of another salesman who had a romantic relationship with ...

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Administrator Sues Board for ‘Hostile Environment’ (access required)

A former director of special education states a sexual harassment claim against Pulaski County School Board based on a school board member’s persistent requests that plaintiff enter into a sexual relationship with him; the Roanoke U.S. District Court dismisses plaintiff’s ...

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No Supervisor Liability in Pregnancy Bias Case (access required)

An administrative assistant for an eye surgery center cannot sue two supervisors in their individual and official capacities for alleged pregnancy discrimination that prompted her termination; the Norfolk U.S. District Court accepts the magistrate judge’s recommendation to dismiss the supervisors ...

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