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Tag Archives: Judge Glen E. Conrad

Jury to decide if defendants violated ADA (access required)

Where the record contained differing explanations for the plaintiff’s termination as controller, which came three months after he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and one month after he began chemotherapy, a jury will decide if his employer violated the Americans ...

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Virginia Tech’s administrative remedy argument fails (access required)

Where the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued a right to-sue-letter less than 180 days after the plaintiff filed a charge of discrimination against Virginia Tech, the college’s argument that administrative remedies had not been exhausted was rejected because the EEOC ...

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Certification group can intervene in mattress suit (access required)

Where two organic mattress companies are involved in litigation over whether the defendant is improperly representing its mattresses as certified to meet the requirements of the Global Organic Textile Standard, or GOTS, an entity that implements the GOTS program was ...

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Certification group can intervene in mattress suit (access required)

Where two organic mattress companies are involved in litigation over whether the defendant is improperly representing its mattresses as certified to meet the requirements of the Global Organic Textile Standard, or GOTS, an entity that implements the GOTS program was ...

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Suit against New York corporation will proceed in Virginia (access required)

Where a Virginia company brought a breach of contract action in Virginia and the New York-based defendant argued the Virginia court lacked personal jurisdiction, that dismissal was warranted because of a previously filed case in New York and that the ...

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Employees given second chance on wrongful termination (access required)

Where employees suing their former employers for wrongful termination related to alleged criminal activity failed to plead facts sufficient to fit within Virginia’s narrow exception to at-will employment, they may try again based upon their representations they had additional facts ...

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