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Ex-swimmer for U.Va. can sue for ‘hazing’ (access required)


A collegiate swimmer at the University of Virginia may sue former teammates for their purported hazing at an off-campus “Swim House,” a Charlottesville federal judge has ruled. The complaint filed by Anthony Marcantonio alleged threats, verbal abuse, intimidation and unwanted ...

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Federal jury finds for defendant in wrongful termination claim – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff was employed from May 2010 to Aug. 29, 2012, as a support staff and as instructor of electronics at one of the defendant’s private school called Shenandoah Academy. The school, located in Harrisonburg, provided educational services to elementary through ...

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