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Magazine Critique is Party Admission (access required)

In UVA administrator Nicole Eramo’s defamation lawsuit against Rolling Stone magazine, the Charlottesville U.S. Dis­trict Court denies defendant’s motion to exclude a report by the Columbia School of Journalism and evidence regarding the report’s conclusions; the reports are ad­missible as ...

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Court Upholds Prison Security Classification (access required)

An inmate classified as Intensive Management, or “IM” status at Red Onion maximum security prison, and who has advanced to a higher status with more privileges under the Virgin­ia Department of Corrections’ Operat­ing Procedure 830.A, loses his consti­tutional challenge to ...

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No Separate Claim for ‘Loan-Servicing’ Fraud (access required)

A Harrisonburg U.S. District Court overrules plaintiff borrowers’ objec­tions to a magistrate judge’s recom­mendation to dismiss their suit against defendant mortgage servicer based on various consumer protection laws. Plaintiffs primarily – and prolifically – lodge objections to the report’s find­ings ...

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Group Can Intervene in Stormwater Dispute (access required)

The Roanoke U.S. District Court says the Chesapeake Bay Foundation may intervene in Norfolk Southern Railway Company’s suit against the city of Ro­anoke claiming the city’s stormwater utility ordinance violated the federal Railroad Revitalization and Regula­tory Reform Act of 1976; ...

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Coworkers’ Comments Exhausted in EEOC Charge (access required)

A Caucasian hospital worker, mar­ried to an African-American man and the mother of biracial children, who alleges her white coworkers, includ­ing her supervisor, made persistent disparaging remarks about interracial relationships and interracial children, has exhausted her race discrimina­tion claim in ...

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Court Upholds Red Onion Maximum-Security Classifications (access required)

A Roanoke U.S. District Court grants summary judgment to defendant Virginia Department of Corrections on plaintiff’s suit alleging that the classification proce­dures that allegedly have prevented him from earning his release from the highly restrictive segregated confinement condi­tions at Red ...

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