A federal judge said Monday he probably won’t order Virginia election officials to count late absentee ballots from overseas military personnel but wants a solution before the next election. The Associated Press reports U.S. District Judge Richard L. Williams has ...Read More »
Arguing that Roanoke white supremacist William A. White belongs behind bars, a federal prosecutor today raised the suggestion that White posed a threat to President-elect Barack Obama. In a Chicago courtroom across the street from the Obama presidential transition office, ...
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Employers got some good news Dec. 3 when the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals released two Sarbanes-Oxley decisions that favored the businesses. In the first case, Platone v. U.S. Dep’t of Labor, former airline official Stacy Platone appealed the ...Read More »
To the catalogue of actionable statements in the work place, employment lawyers can add a transit company executive’s statement to a plaintiff’s supervisor, alleging receipt of a client complaint against the plaintiff. Pro se plaintiff Emmett Jafari worked for Greater ...Read More »
Three more judges have announced that they will retire next year rather than seek appointment to another term. General District Judge Norman deV. Morrison of Clarke County and Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Judges James Bailey Robeson of Prince William ...Read More »