Home (page 3)

Tag Archives: Civil Rights

Ex-student has First Amendment retaliation claim (access required)

Where the former medical student alleged that after he questioned and critiqued the theory of microaggression during a panel discussion, he was suspended from the UVA Medical School, required to undergo counseling and obtain “medical clearance” as a prerequisite for ...

Read More »

Supervisor’s acts didn’t create hostile environment (access required)

Where the former Virginia Tech employee’s hostile work environment claim ultimately relied on a single instance where her male supervisor “pinched and played with his nipple in a suggestive manner” during a meeting, the alleged incident was not sufficiently severe ...

Read More »