Tag Archives: Per Curiam Opinion

Injunction denial required specific findings (access required)

Appellant Douglas A. Hoglan, a Virginia inmate, appeals the district court’s order denying his motion for a preliminary injunction to stop the enforcement of certain provisions governing incoming prisoner mail. In particular, Hoglan challenges the institutional requirement that images with ...

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Va. Court of Appeals: No interlocutory review in Tesla litigation (access required)

The court of appeals lacked jurisdiction to review the order of a circuit court, acting in its appellate capacity, finding that the appellant had standing to litigate the action. Background Appellant Tesla Inc. sought to open a manufacturer-owned dealership in ...

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Termination unrelated to offensive comments (access required)

Despite his supervisor’s racially-tinged comments, a VDOT employee’s termination was not plausibly connected to racial or religious discrimination but was instead the result of unsatisfactory performance. Background Appellant Sinan Rayyan is a Muslim Arab-American who worked as a professional engineer ...

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Firefighter presented triable Title VII issues (access required)

A reasonable jury could find that Defendant/Appellee Fairfax County did not adequately address a firefighter’s complaints of harassment and that it retaliated against her after she complained, the court of appeals held; thus, summary judgment for the County was improper. ...

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