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Wrongful termination and related claims go forward (access required)

Where plaintiff was discharged from her bartending jobs at two different Fraternal Order of Eagles clubs, her claims for wrongful termination, a whistleblower violation and tortious interference survive defendants’ demurrers. Plaintiff is granted leave to amend her complaint to plead ...

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Taxpayers have standing to contest upgrade (access required)

Plaintiff taxpayers have standing to challenge a decision by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors to expend funds to update and modernize the county’s zoning ordinances. Plaintiffs have alleged that the expenditures were made without proper notice, an in-person quorum ...

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