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Builder Did Not Infringe Georgian Home Design (access required)

In plaintiff home designer/builder’s suit against a couple who allegedly built a home that infringed on plaintiff’s copyright for the “Bainbridge” home design, a Newport News U.S. District Court grants defendants’ renewed motion for summary judgment. Plaintiff alleges that, prior ...

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Sales Rep Fired for Phony Sales-Call Logs (access required)

Although plaintiff, a female pharmaceutical sales representative, claims she was discharged in retaliation for her complaint of being bullied and intimidated by her male supervisor, company records show she was terminated for falsifying sales call records in violation of the ...

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Female lifeguard prevails in federal retaliation suit – $17,500 Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff, a 25-year-old female, had been a supervisor with the Virginia Beach Lifesaving Service since 2005. She sued for gender discrimination due to lack of promotion, and then for retaliation after being fired within weeks of the VBLS learning she ...

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