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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 ...

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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 ...

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Demurrer to fair housing complaint overruled (access required)

The commonwealth has pleaded sufficient circumstantial allegations to establish a prima facie case of unfair housing discrimination. Defendant’s demurrer to the complaint is overruled Background Gilliard, who is Black, met with Fox, who is White and one of the defendants ...

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