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Disability Claim Remanded for Functional Analysis (access required)

The 4th Circuit reverses denial of disabil­ity insurance benefits and supplemental security income for a 32-year-old man who suffers from back pain, breathing and mem­ory problems, anxiety, depression and black­outs; the administrative law judge erred by not conducting a function-by-function ...

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Plaintiff Can’t Force DHS to Share Docs (access required)

A plaintiff who is facing Virginia state court charges for possession of child pornography cannot challenge defendant Department of Homeland Security’s invocation of Touhy reg­ulations to refuse to disclose documentary and testimonial information related to DHS’ in­vestigation of plaintiff; an ...

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Faulty Appendix Scuttles Termination Appeal (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms a circuit court decision upholding a hearing officer decision terminating appellant’s employ­ment for falsifying her employment history and academic background on her employ­ment application; due to appellant’s failure to comply with court rules, the lower ...

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Court Upholds Virginia COPN Program (access required)

Virginia’s Certificate of Public Need program governing the establishment and expansion of certain medical facilities inside the commonwealth does not discriminate against appellant medical care facilities or unduly burden interstate commerce; the 4th Circuit upholds the COPN regulatory scheme. Virginia ...

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