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Claim Against ‘Joint Employer’ Survives (access required)

An employee cannot sue “Denny’s” under Title VII in Richmond U.S. District Court after filing an EEOC charge that named “RREMC LLC,” the Florida company that owns Virginia Denny’s franchises, but the complaint’s allegations that Denny’s is a “joint employer” ...

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Production Ordered in Racial Gerrymander Suit (access required)

In this lawsuit challenging 12 Virginia House of Delegates districts as the product of unlawful racial gerrymandering, a Richmond U.S. District Court orders selective disclosure of the assertedly privileged documents in the House’s possession. Plaintiffs have challenged 12 Virginia House ...

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FedEx Driver Sues for Disparate Discipline (access required)

An African-American FedEx driver who alleges he was on a “hit list” for termination, was disciplined more harshly than white drivers for similar infractions, and racially harassed and  threatened by another FedEx employee has exhausted his discrimination claims other than ...

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