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Agency Analyst Dismissed for Performance (access required)

Defendant Social Security Administration has demonstrated that plaintiff analyst’s consistent inability to reach an agency-mandated level of productivity prompted her dismissal, and not any bias toward plaintiff for filing a 2005 EEO charge; the Alexandria U.S. District Court grants summary ...

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Software Company Sues for Infringement (access required)

In this suit by plaintiff company, a technology consulting business, against co-owners who allegedly formed a competing business and appropriated logos and content from plaintiff’s website, the Alexandria U.S. District Court denies defendants’ motion to dismiss plaintiff’s Lanham Act claim ...

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Split Judicial Panel Orders Redistricting (access required)

In the wake of a judicial panel’s decision that Virginia’s Third Congressional District reflects an unconstitutional racial gerrymander, and the Virginia General Assembly’s decision not to devise a remedial redistricting plan, the court directs defendants to implement a redistricting plan ...

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Early Injunction Ordered for ‘IJ’ Mark (access required)

The “Institute for Justice” wins a preliminary injunction from the Alexandria U.S. District Court against defendant “Independent Journal Review’s” use of an “IJ” logo in this trademark infringement case. Plaintiff Institute for Justice is a not-for-profit, non-partisan public interest law ...

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