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Undischarged Debtor Can Pursue Race Bias Claim (access required)

Although plaintiff delayed disclosing to a bankruptcy judge that he had filed an EEOC charge against his employer, the Richmond U.S. District Court denies employer’s motion to dismiss plaintiff’s Title VII suit based on employer’s arguments that only the bankruptcy ...

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‘Facilities’ Charges Not Authorized by ICAs (access required)

In this suit by CoreTel Virginia LLC against Verizon Virginia LLC, the Alexandria U.S. District Court grants partial summary judgment to Verizon in this dispute over certain charges under interconnection agreements entered into under the Telecommunications Act of 1996. The ...

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Post-Discovery Complaint Amendment Allowed (access required)

In an investor’s suit alleging defendant technology company and its founder committed securities fraud, an Alexandria U.S. District Court overrules defendants’ objections and accepts the magistrate judge’s recommendation to allow plaintiff to file a second amended complaint and motion to ...

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Employer Response to Hearing Disability ‘Reasonable’ (access required)

A hearing-impaired employee of defendant county’s alcohol and drug services program was not a “qualified individual” who could recover under the Americans with Disabilities Act; the Alexandria U.S. District Court says her requests for accommodation were untimely and in any ...

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Company May Claw Back Emails in Patent Case (access required)

In this discovery dispute in patent litigation  involving software used to facilitate distance learning, a Norfolk U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge says plaintiff company did not waive attorney-client privilege when it shared certain email communications with a former board member ...

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No Tort Claim Against FCA Defense Lawyer (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses plaintiff’s complaint against defendant lawyer who represented plaintiff’s former employer in plaintiff’s False Claims Act suit, seeking to hold the lawyer liable for alleged misrepresentations the lawyer made over three years ago during that ...

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