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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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Fee, cost obligations defeat mootness dismissal (access required)

The sole question presented is whether the court of appeals erred in dismissing Appellant Dorothy Elizabeth Cilwa’s appeal from a judgment in the circuit court. After a long history of larceny arrests, substance-abuse counseling, and probation extensions, Cilwa’s probation officer ...

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BIA’s asylum rejection not adequately explained (access required)

The court of appeals vacated a decision of the Board of Immigration Appeals to deny Petitioner Felipe de Jesus Molina Mendoza’s request for asylum, finding that the tribunals below failed to show that they fairly considered all of the relevant ...

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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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Jury Instruction on Patient’s Bad Outcome Approved (access required)

The Supreme Court of Virginia upheld initial and additional jury instructions given by a circuit court in a medical malpractice action. On February 19, 2010, Appellant Carlena Chapple-Brooks underwent spinal surgery conducted by Appellee Ben L. Nguyen. Approximately two hours ...

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