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Nurse Did Not Rebut Poor Performance Claim (access required)

An African-American female registered nurse who worked for defendant Health Net as a transition care manager has her suit alleging race and gender discrimination dismissed by the Alexandria U.S. District Court, as she has failed to rebut defendant’s evidence that ...

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No Constitutional Claim for Toll Road Commuters (access required)

Drivers on Dulles Toll Road unhappy about paying increased tolls have no standing to sue the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, and the Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses their suit that challenges the tolls as an illegal “tax.” Plaintiffs claim they ...

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Virginia Court Has Personal Jurisdiction Over Maryland Doc (access required)

A Maryland doctor and his Chevy Chase practice group, with Virginia licensure and regular provision of medical services to patients with Virginia zip codes, can be sued in Virginia federal court on a med-mal claim that defendants’ prescription of Bactrim, ...

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Contract – Fraud – Bid-Rigging Scheme – Household Moving Company (access required)

A moving company convicted of conspiracy to defraud the U.S. and to restrain trade, in connection with a bid-rigging scheme among European and American companies that move household goods for U.S. military and civilian personnel from Germany to the U.S., ...

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Employment Discrimination – Age – Harassment – Retaliation (access required)

An instructional systems design specialist for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, who began receiving negative performance reviews in 2005 and received a series of such reviews before and after her 2009 EEO complaint alleging age discrimination and harassment, has not ...

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