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Discipline Warning Upheld for Healthcare Worker (access required)

A respiratory therapist who received a Step 3 warning for failure to update spreadsheets related to smoking cessation cannot overturn a hearing officer decision upholding the disciplinary notice, a Charlottesville Circuit Court holds. The question in this case is whether ...

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County Not ‘Employer’ of Social Services Worker (access required)

A 50-year-old female African-American supervisor in a county social services department cannot sue the county for alleged discriminatory demotion when she returned from her honeymoon after marrying her white husband; the Roanoke U.S. District Court says the county is not ...

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Attorney’s Fees Denied in ERISA Suit (access required)

Although defendant retirement plan won dismissal of plaintiff’s ERISA suit against her ex-husband, his current wife and the retirement plan alleging plaintiff was entitled to retirement benefits despite not having a Qualified Domestic Relations Order in place, the Alexandria U.S. ...

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