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Claim over treatment of skin condition goes to jury (access required)

The court denied  a jail’s summary judgment motion on an inmate’s claims that his skin irritation was a serious medical need and the nurses were deliberately indifferent to his condition. Background Toby Joe Barley, a Virginia inmate proceeding pro se, ...

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Lack of protected activity prompts dismissal (access required)

A former employee of a county sanitation department failed to sufficiently allege that he engaged in protected activity as defined in the Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act. Background On June 1, 2006, Frederick County Sanitation Authority hired Bryan Atchariyakornchai to ...

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Prevailing plaintiff does not recover all requested fees (access required)

Although a former JMU student prevailed on his due process challenge to the school’s discipline process, his requested fees were severely reduced because of duplication of effort and relative lack of success. Background This case involves a due process challenge ...

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