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Disability discrimination and retaliation claims go forward (access required)

Though claims were narrowed, a suit by a former employee of the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities who has cerebral palsy alleging her supervisors unfairly scrutinized, criticized and micromanaged her; and promoted a non-disabled person over her and finally ...

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Suit over injuries allegedly suffered in Iraq returns to Richmond Circuit Court (access required)

Military contractors failed to establish the suit brought for injuries allegedly suffered by a civilian instructor in Iraq was within the federal officer removal statute. Background Eddie Legston brings this personal injury action against defendants for damages he sustained while ...

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Teacher’s assistant’s suit against school board narrowed (access required)

The employee alleged a school board and others violated his civil rights based on a custom or practice that allowed school officials to detain persons with scant evidence of wrongdoing, and that the board failed to properly train its personnel. ...

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Domestic relations lawyers sued for wiretapping (access required)

A man claimed members of his former wife’s family recorded conversations between him and his purported romantic partner, and that his wife’s attorneys used the contents of those recordings in his underlying divorce proceedings. Virginia wiretapping statutes precludes attorneys from ...

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Cybersquatting defendant must transfer domain to plaintiff (access required)

The plaintiff demonstrated the defaulting defendant violated the federal Anti-Cybersquatting Protection Act. Background On July 24, 2018, plaintiff brought an in rem action for cybersquatting and trademark infringement against defendant FractalAnalyticsPro.com. . The clerk of court entered default on Oct. ...

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