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‘Right to Like’ gets protection under appeals court ruling

Clicking a “Like” button on the Facebook page of his boss’s political rival was protected speech that should not be the basis of a deputy’s firing, a federal appeals court has ruled. A panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court ...

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Hostile Environment Claim Advances, But No Quid Pro Quo Claim (access required)

A female trainer of bomb-sniffing dogs for a government contractor failed to exhaust a Title VII claim for quid pro quo sexual harassment in her EEOC charge, which referenced her former male supervisor’s groping and lewd text messages, but the ...

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Claims Construed for Baby Stroller Patent Case (access required)

In this suit alleging patent infringement and trade dress infringement involving collapsible baby strollers, the Norfolk U.S. District Court has conducted a Markman hearing to consider the following terms: two meshing Geared components; secured to; fixed component; and means of ...

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