Tag Archives: Judge John A. Gibney Jr.

Man terminated for inability to perform, not bias (access required)

Where a maintenance worker admitted that his job required frequently lifting light objects, and occasionally lifting heavy objects, and he could no longer perform those essential functions, his employment was ended for a legitimate business reason. Background Terry Harris, who ...

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Ex-employee’s discrimination case can proceed (access required)

Where the former Veterans Affairs’ medical center employee alleged his supervisor treated him differently because of his race and religion, that the supervisor’s actions resulted in lower wages and that the supervisor had a history of treating other similarly situated ...

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Party cannot tortiously interfere with its own contract (access required)

Where the designer and builder never identified a third party contract or business relationship that was interfered with through the defendant’s conduct, their tortious interference claim failed as a matter of law. At best, they showed they had a business ...

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