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Reinstatement didn’t exceed arbitrator’s jurisdiction (access required)

An arbitrator did not exceed his jurisdiction in reversing United Airlines’ decision to terminate a pilot accused of retaliation. The arbitrator acknowledged the retaliation standard from United’s policy and the definition applied by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and sufficiently ...

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Long-term care insurance settlement rejected (access required)

Objections to a proposed class action settlement arising out of an alleged failure to disclose material information about long-term care insurance, including that the notice was inadequate, the settlement did not offer concrete benefits and rates might increase, were rejected. ...

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Baltimore’s aerial surveillance allowed to continue  (access required)

Where Baltimore’s short-term aerial surveillance program does not target particular individuals or violate a reasonable expectation of privacy, and seeks to meet a serious law enforcement need without burdening constitutional rights, the denial of community activists’ request for a preliminary ...

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Wife awarded attorney’s fee related to custody and support (access required)

Where the issue of attorney’s fees related to custody, visitation and child support were bifurcated from the underlying divorce matter, the court concludes that wife is entitled to an attorney’s fee. However, the court will apply a 30 percent reduction ...

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