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Cable Tech Worker Not ADA ‘Qualified Individual’ (access required)

A Lynchburg U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to defendant Verizon in this suit filed by a cable splicing technician who alleges the company failed to accommodate his lifting restrictions resulting from a shoulder condition, in violation of the Americans ...

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Expert Can Access Protected Materials (access required)

The Charlottesville U.S. District Court overrules a university patent foundation’s objections to the magistrate judge’s amendment of a protective order governing the scope allowed for plaintiff’s expert to review defendant’s confidential materials. The underlying technology in the case involves magnetic ...

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No ‘Public Concern’ in Employee Complaints (access required)

A former Senior Special Agent in the Lynchburg office of the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles cannot show that her termination for allowing personal friction with a coworker to interfere with her professional judgment and responsibilities as a law enforcement ...

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

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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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