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    Posted on April 10th, 2017 by ilsteam

    White v. Four Seasons Hotel and Resorts, Case No. 13-1399 (District of Columbia, Mar. 23, 2017) is a race discrimination and sex discrimination case. Plaintiff, a black woman who was pregnant at the time of the charge, was an esthetician employed by Defendant on a part time basis who then moved into full time status …

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    Posted on February 15th, 2017 by

    Martinez v. Salazar et. al., Case No. 14-534 (D. N.M., Jan. 26, 2017) is an excessive force case filed by Plaintiff, the personal representative of Russell Martinez, against two police officers as well as the Espanola Police Department and the City of Espanosa. The Complaint alleged that one of the Defendant officers, Officer Salazar, responded …

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    Posted on December 23rd, 2016 by

    In Buchanan v. Chicago Transit Authority, Case No. 16-4577 (N.D. Ill., Dec. 7, 2016), Plaintiff sued Defendant, his employer, under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Plaintiff was a Chicago city bus driver who had been injured in a car accident, causing him to request intermittent FMLA leave from his employer, Defendant, which required …

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    Posted on December 14th, 2016 by

    In Connectus LLC v. Ampush Media, Inc. et. al., Case No. 15-2778 (M.D. Fla., Nov. 30, 2016), Plaintiff sued Defendants for stealing proprietary data worth millions of dollars and selling it to third parties. Plaintiff operates a website that connects prospective college students with different schools, either directly through the school or through an intermediary …

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    Posted on October 7th, 2015 by

    In the divorce matter Dahl v. Dahl, 2015 UT 79, Case Nos. 20100683, 20111077 (Ut., Aug. 27, 2015), the Utah Supreme Court considered a trial judge’s decision to exclude most of one party’s exhibits because the party had failed to properly identify the electronic files it planned to use as exhibits during trial. At the pretrial conference, …

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