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Potential criminal prosecution will not be enjoined (access required)

Where the plaintiff moved to enjoin a possible criminal prosecution by the Augusta County Commonwealth Attorney for violating Virginia Code § 18.2-186.4, which makes it unlawful to publish a person’s name, photograph or home address when the publisher acted “with ...

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University defeats hostile work environment claim (access required)

Where a former Liberty University employee alleged he was subjected to a hostile work environment based upon his race, sexual orientation, religion and the intersection of his religion and sexual orientation, but he never informed any relevant university authority of ...

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Town must produce attorney’s report (access required)

Where the Town of Front Royal retained an attorney to conduct an investigation into a town clerk’s discrimination complaints, it must produce communications regarding the investigation, the attorney’s conclusions and her advice about any remedial measures to address the alleged ...

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Nationwide FLSA overtime class conditionally certified (access required)

Where employees of a waterproofing company alleged they were misclassified as independent contractors, and the Virginia-based plaintiffs alleged that this practice was not limited to Virginia, the court conditionally certified a nationwide class under the Fair Labor Standards Act, or ...

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