Tag Archives: U.S. District Court – Eastern District

Multiple incidents provide causal connection for claim (access required)

Although 15 months elapsed between the date the school board learned about a teacher’s membership in the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the decision to not renew her contract, four discrete incidents of retaliatory animus that ...

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Company’s effort to seal ‘historical’ documents rejected (access required)

Historical pricing data, discussions about pricing and failed corporate expansion documents that were attached to motions or expert reports in an antitrust case will not be sealed because the public’s rights of access outweighed the litigants’ privacy concerns. Individual phone ...

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$2 million in fees and costs awarded in court access case (access required)

Courthouse News Service prevailed in its suit alleging a lack of timely access to court records and was awarded nearly $2 million in attorneys’ fees and costs. Although the defendants argued the rates charged by Bryan Cave Leighton & Pasiner’s ...

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