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Virginia Tech not liable for hostile work environment, bias (access required)

Where a former employee did not show severe or pervasive harassment or that she was constructively discharged, Virginia Tech and the state prevailed on hostile work environment, discrimination and retaliation claims. Background On June 19, 2018, Dr. Kimberly Renae Andrews ...

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Witness was not adequately prepared for deposition (access required)

Although the defendant’s corporate witness was unable to respond to a number of topics listed on the Rule 30(b)(6) notice, the plaintiff, who alleged violations of the Fair Debt Collection Act in efforts to collect student loan debts, lost his motion ...

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Hearing ordered on forced medication of defendant (access required)

As the government has an important interest in prosecuting a defendant charged with the premeditated murder of his cellmate, there will be a hearing to determine whether the defendant will be forced to take antipsychotic medication to restore his competency ...

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Compensation determined for pipeline easement (access required)

The landowners’ bid to delay a trial over compensation for a natural gas pipeline easement failed, as did their untimely effort to supplement discovery. Moreover, because the landowners failed to provide admissible evidence that the amount of just compensation exceeds ...

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