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DOT Procedure Not Exhaustion Requirement (access required)

A commercial truck driver can sue for disability discrimination when he was terminated from his job after suffering a transient ischemic attack, after the driver’s treating physician employer’s physicians said the driver was qualified to return to work but one ...

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Denial of Training Seminar States Claim (access required)

An African-American female terminated from her position in the information technology services department at defendant Virginia Housing Development Authority has stated Title VII claims for race and sex discrimination, says a Richmond U.S. District Court. Liberally construing plaintiff’s pro se ...

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Tax Prep Infringement Case Transferred (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court has personal jurisdiction over defendant “Latino Tax Professionals Association” in plaintiff “Income Tax School’s” suit alleging copyright infringement in defendants’ use of plaintiff’s tax education materials, but the suit is transferred to the Northern District ...

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