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Court Excludes EEOC ‘Background Check’ Expert (access required)

The EEOC cannot make a prima facie case that employer credit and criminal background  checks violate Title VII with a statistical report that is “rife with analytical errors” and “completely unreliable”; the 4th Circuit accepts the district court’s assessment of ...

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Doctor claims retaliation, sues former partners for $3M (access required)


A Fredericksburg area cardiologist fired from his practice group says his former colleagues shortchanged him for calling out the office’s improper billing practices. Patrick J. Fitzsimmons has filed suit against Cardiology Associates of Fredericksburg for $3 million. Fitzsimmons claimed his ...

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