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Post-Discovery Complaint Amendment Allowed (access required)

In an investor’s suit alleging defendant technology company and its founder committed securities fraud, an Alexandria U.S. District Court overrules defendants’ objections and accepts the magistrate judge’s recommendation to allow plaintiff to file a second amended complaint and motion to ...

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Arbitration Required for Security Contractor Claims (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court grants defendant government security contractor’s motion to compel arbitration of three employees’ claims that they were not paid for all the hours they worked and not paid proper pay rates; although only defendant may force ...

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‘European’ is Protected National Origin, But Suit Fails (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court says “European” is a protected “national origin” classification under Title VII, but nevertheless grants summary judgment to a Northern Virginia community college sued by a former adjunct economics professor who says he suffered illegal discrimination ...

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Teacher Can’t Suppress Child Pornography Statements (access required)

The Alexandria U.S. District Court denies a graduate teaching student’s motion to suppress statements made to federal investigators in two interviews four hours apart, the second after a computer forensic review and signed waiver of Miranda rights; although federal agents ...

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‘Willfulness’ Standard Disputed in Campaign Donation Case (access required)

In defendants’ prosecution for illegally soliciting and reimbursing contributions from their employees to Hillary Clinton’s political campaigns, the Alexandria U.S. District Court denies a defendant’s motion to reconsider the meaning of the “willfulness” element of the charged campaign finance violations. ...

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