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FMLA retaliation claim can proceed against Gaithersburg, judge says (access required)

A former Gaithersburg police officer can proceed with her claim that the city fired her in retaliation for exercising her right to time off under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act due to a difficult pregnancy and lingering health problems after giving birth, a U.S. district judge ruled this week.

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Week in review: 3/23/12 (access required)

High court rules against Md. man A former court employee’s $1 million lawsuit has ended in the U.S. Supreme Court, which held that states cannot be sued under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act’s self-care provision. Daniel Coleman, once the ...

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Ex-court worker loses FMLA fight (access required)

A former Maryland court employee’s $1 million lawsuit ended Tuesday in the U.S. Supreme Court, which held that states cannot be sued under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act’s self-care provision. Daniel Coleman, who was once the executive director ...

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Supreme Court to decide if states are immune from FMLA’s self-care provisions (access required)

The Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday regarding a fired Maryland court employee’s contention that states can be sued for violating the self-care provision of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act. Daniel Coleman, once the executive director of procurement ...

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Top 5: ‘A day late and two dollars short’ (access required)

It was all the Exxon gas leak case this week from The Daily Record’s legal affairs side — at least when it comes to the top stories on our site. Some of those stories and more made it into this ...

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Week in review: 7/1/11 (access required)

Culinary school’s future in jeopardy Nervous and, in some cases, angry, students of Baltimore International College were waiting this week to see if their school will be closed in the wake of losing accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher ...

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Opinions – U.S. District Court of Maryland: 5/9/11 (access required)

Labor & Employment Family and Medical Leave Act BOTTOM LINE: Employer violated the Family and Medical Leave Act by failing to provide employee, who suffered a serious health condition as defined in the FMLA, the proper notice of employer’s intent ...

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