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No Claim from Ban on Postal Worker’s Book Ad (access required)

An employee of the U.S. Postal Service can’t recover for Title VII religious discrimination based on postal officials’ removal from post office bulletin board advertisements about the employee’s religious and genetic research and theories and a book he published to ...

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Attorney’s Fees Awarded for Citizenship Denial (access required)

A Jordanian native who was denied citizenship because of alleged ties to the Muslim Brotherhood wins $47,577 in attorney’s fees and costs, as the government’s position was not “substantially justified”; an Alexandria U.S. District Court says the applicant’s membership in ...

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Trade Office Actions Not ‘Commercial Activity’ (access required)

The Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses this lawsuit filed by a Virginia company and its Belgian subsidiary against the Kingdom of Belgium, one of its trade offices and individuals acting pursuant to the Kingdom’s judicial functions, as the district court ...

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