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Tag Archives: Judge Henry E. Hudson

Inapt comparators doom Equal Pay Act claim (access required)

Where a Virginia Department of Transportation coordinator alleged she was paid less than male coordinators, but the alleged comparators worked in a different regional district, and each of the department’s nine districts makes its own compensation decisions, her Equal Pay ...

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Jury to decide if firing of 60-year-old was based on age (access required)

Where the company claimed it terminated a long-time, 60-year-old employee because of poor performance, but there was conflicting testimony on whether his handling of general safety concerns was egregious enough to prompt termination, the company’s motion for summary judgment was ...

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Suit transferred to SDNY due to interrelatedness with prior suit (access required)

Where the parties in this breach of contract suit are already involved in litigation in the Southern District of New York, and that litigation was connected to this one, this suit was transferred to New York. Background Robert Turcotte alleges ...

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Complaint about equipment not protected activity (access required)

Where the employee requested a special headset, but didn’t make any complaint regarding the headset or access to a headset, the request wasn’t protected activity. Background On July 6, 2021, Maggie Green-Wright filed an amended complaint that asserts six counts: ...

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Carriers did not tortiously interfere with repair shops (access required)

Where automobile repair shops alleged that insurance carriers steered customers away from their businesses because they refused to comply with certain terms, because they failed to show a business expectancy that was lost or that carriers used improper methods, their ...

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