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Firefighter presented triable Title VII issues (access required)

A reasonable jury could find that Defendant/Appellee Fairfax County did not adequately address a firefighter’s complaints of harassment and that it retaliated against her after she complained, the court of appeals held; thus, summary judgment for the County was improper. ...

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City attorney’s discrimination claims dismissed (access required)

In a Deputy City Attorney’s lawsuit asserting various discrimination claims, the court granted Defendant City of Hampton’s motion for judgment on the pleadings, but with limited leave to amend with allegations supporting disparate treatment. Plaintiff Veronica Meade is an African-American ...

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HS counselor can’t prove discrimination (access required)

The court granted summary judgment to Prince William County School Board on discrimination claims by Plaintiff Kwame Yeboah-Kankam, an African-American male originally from Ghana. The court also dismissed Yeboah’s claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress. Yeboah was hired as ...

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Retaliation claim defeated by justifiable termination (access required)

No reasonable juror could find that Plaintiff Mary David was subject to unlawful sex discrimination or retaliation by her employer, Defendant Winchester Medical Center, the district court said. David, WMC’s Director of Critical Care, alleged that Dr. Nicolas C. Restrepo’s ...

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Despite Salary Schedule, Jury Could Find Unequal Pay (access required)

Overturning the trial court’s grant of summary judgment in an equal-pay case, the circuit court held that an employer did not prove its affirmative defenses so convincingly that a juror would be compelled to accept them. The Maryland Insurance Administration, ...

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Christian’s religious bias claim survives (access required)

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A printing manager who says he was fired by a boss with a record of making anti-Christian remarks can go forward with his religious discrimination claim. A Harrisonburg federal judge has denied summary judgment in the case. The plaintiff contends ...

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Paraplegic man prevails on appeal of disability bias claim – $100,000 plus medicals and attorney’s fees (access required)

Complainant is a 26-year employ­ee of the Defense Logistics Agency in Richmond and is a paraplegic confined to a wheelchair. He was subjected to repeated instances of harassment and discrimination because of his disability. His super­visor made disparaging remarks about ...

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