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Tag Archives: Judge John A. Gibney Jr.

Jail officials accused of failing to prevent attack (access required)

Where a detainee who was violently assaulted by two other detainees alleged that he was incarcerated under conditions which posed a substantial risk of serious harm and that jail officials each acted with deliberate indifference to that risk, his claims ...

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No jurisdiction over suit vs. unemployment commission (access required)

Where a man alleged that his due process rights were violated because the Virginia Employment Commission, or VEC, had not processed his November 2021 claim, but failed to establish the court had subject matter jurisdiction, his suit was dismissed. Background ...

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Jury to decide if women geologists were underpaid (access required)

Where the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, or DEQ, argued that it paid a male remediation geologist more than women remediation geologists because of his length of service and the legislative salary increases he received as a state employee, but ...

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