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Use of NAACP Marks Not ‘Parody’ (access required)

Plaintiff anti-abortion activist whose foundation and website consistently referred to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People as the National Association for the “Abortion” of Colored People has infringed defendant’s NAACP and association name trademarks in violation of ...

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Suit Over Exclusive Internet Contracts Is Moot (access required)

In this dispute over defendant’s contract to provide exclusive Internet, video and phone services to a Loudoun County subdivision, the Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses the federal claims in plaintiff homeowners association’s suit, as defendant stopped enforcing its video-exclusivity rights ...

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Discovery Ordered in Racial Gerrymander Suit (access required)

In this suit against the Virginia State Board of Elections alleging plaintiffs’ constitutional rights were violated by the racial gerrymander of Virginia Congressional District 3 during the 2011-12 redistricting cycle, the Richmond U.S. District Court orders a non-party who served ...

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No Suit for “Negativity” in Performance Reviews (access required)

A pharmacist who complains about the “negativity” of employer’s communications about his work performance and instances of alleged harassment and retaliation, has failed to state claims under Title VII and the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Richmond U.S. District ...

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Mandatory Arbitration in Retiree Health Benefits Suit (access required)

Plaintiff retirees from the Virginia Education Association who are suing over reduction of their retiree benefit in the 2012 Collective Bargaining Agreement are required to submit to mandatory arbitration, as the arbitration clause remained in the parties’ CBA, the Richmond ...

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