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Employment discrimination claim survives demurrer

Where an auditor presented evidence to a county school board of alleged wrongdoing by “senior leadership,” her claim against the board under the Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act goes forward. The board’s demurrer is overruled. Plaintiff “sufficiently alleges facts sufficient ...

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Lower performance rating not adverse employment action

Where a government employee based his discrimination and retaliation claims on the fact he received a lower performance rating, his claims were dismissed. A lower performance rating isn’t an adverse employment action. Background On Jan. 13, 2022, Terry Steele, represented ...

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Certification denied in overtime collective action

Where loan processors and loan officers moved for conditional certification of their collective action alleging they were denied overtime, but their own allegations showed that all potential class members were not similarly situated and their claims turned on their individual ...

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