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Plaintiff’s ‘color’ claim within scope of administrative charge (access required)

Although the plaintiff’s claim did not expressly allege discrimination on the basis of color,  the administrative investigation revealed allegations of color discrimination that were reasonably related to the original race discrimination charge. Background Nikki A. Gardner began working as a ...

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Government given deadline to act on naturalization application (access required)

After a three-year delay in an “expedited” naturalization process, the court imposed a 45-day deadline for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to render a decision or the court will exercise its authority to decide the case. Background Junfei Ge, ...

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Firefighter could sue county for failing to accommodate his PTSD (access required)

A firefighter did not need to specify the essential functions of his job with the Chesterfield Fire and Emergency Medical Services to sue the county for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act by arbitrarily discontinuing an accommodation made for his ...

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Female servers harassed by manager entitled to compensatory damages (access required)

Three female servers at a restaurant, who alleged that they complained to the owner of the restaurant about repeated sexual harassment by one of their managers and were ultimately forced to resign as a result of the harassment, were entitled ...

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Richmond police’s training materials do not reflect deliberate indifference (access required)

The City of Richmond is not liable for the death of a man fatally shot by an off-duty police officer because its training materials did not reflect deliberate indifference, as required to impose liability on the city. The case will ...

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Failure to perform settlement agreement was breach of contract (access required)

Defendants, who partnered with plaintiff to develop a community and, as part of a settlement agreement following the project’s collapse, agreed to assume plaintiff’s obligations under a loan taken out to finance the project, committed breach of contract by failing ...

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