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4th Cir.: 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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FLSA attorneys’ fee award vacated (access required)

In awarding attorneys’ fees, the district court failed to exclude time spent for plaintiffs whose claims were time-barred; it also incorrectly determined the percentage of sought damages actually won. Plaintiff Gregory Randolph brought suit against his former employer, Defendant PowerComm ...

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Adoption – Preservation of Issue for Appeal – Petition to Set Aside Adoption (access required)

Castillo v. Bell (VLW No. 017-7-273, 4pp.) Record No. 0859-17-3. (Per Curiam, unpublished) Appealed from the Circuit Court of Rockbridge County (Filson, J.) Holding: Where the appellant-biological mother endorsed a final adoption order as “Seen and objected to” without further ...

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