Home (page 28)

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

Nonprofit’s unattributed photos were fair use (access required)

Defendant Media Research Center Inc. did not infringe on Plaintiff Larry Philpot’s copyright by obtaining his photos from Wikimedia and using them without attribution on the Center’s own website. Philpot is a professional photographer who, as part of his work, ...

Read More »

HS counselor can’t prove discrimination (access required)

The court granted summary judgment to Prince William County School Board on discrimination claims by Plaintiff Kwame Yeboah-Kankam, an African-American male originally from Ghana. The court also dismissed Yeboah’s claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress. Yeboah was hired as ...

Read More »

Space Tourist’s Fraud and Breach Claims Survive Dismissal (access required)

Plaintiff Harald McPike, a wealthy adventurer seeking to become a space tourist, can proceed on claims of fraud and breach of contract against Defendant Zero-Gravity Holdings Inc., f/k/a Space Adventures, Ltd. In 2013, Space Adventures contracted to provide a circumlunar ...

Read More »

Latex-Allergy Discrimination Claim Presents a Triable Issue (access required)

Plaintiff Delcie Farmer, a medical employee with a severe latex allergy, may proceed to trial on claims that Defendant HCA Health Services of Virginia subjected her to illegal discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Farmer had been employed ...

Read More »