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Tidbits

Published by on September 11, 2009

Our list of tidbits starts with “bad actors”.  More after the break. A third party was held in contempt by a Virginia federal court for failing to produce documents in response to a subpoena duces tecum, and then for disobeying a direct order by the court to preserve evidence on the computer — Electronic Discovery Law […]

Our list of tidbits starts with “bad actors”.  More after the break.

A third party was held in contempt by a Virginia federal court for failing to produce documents in response to a subpoena duces tecum, and then for disobeying a direct order by the court to preserve evidence on the computer — Electronic Discovery Law

Perjury by employment plaintiff during trial results in dismissal — CT Employment Law Blog

Worst employee safety drill ever — Above the Law (Hat tip to Ohio Employer’s Law Blog)

A Virginia circuit court has struck a large portion of the plaintiff’s claim for damages in a tortious interference with contract case in Roanoke — VLW Blog

Lack of knowledge of FMLA cited by court in finding violation:  “It would be eminently reasonable to believe that an employer who was ignorant of the FMLA—as [Employer] admitted he was before [Plaintiff] complained of her firing—would engage in the very practice that the FMLA was enacted to prevent [firing employees who missed too much work for medical care].” — Jottings By An Employers’ Lawyer

MA state court overrules federal judge in American Airlines skycap “tip” litigation — Fair Labor Standards Act Law Blog

Employee fired for ALL CAPS in New Zealand — Workplace Prof Blog

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