Glen Wilton Discrimination Lawyer, Virginia


Includes: Race Discrimination, Religious Discrimination

Anthony Marc Russell

Disability, Toxic Mold & Tort, Products Liability, Personal Injury
Status:  In Good Standing           

Victor Samuel Skaff

Disability, Personal Injury, Premises Liability, Products Liability
Status:  In Good Standing           

Eric Dean Andrew

Motor Vehicle, Criminal, Disability, Bankruptcy
Status:  In Good Standing           

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Winborne v. Virginia Lottery

... 3. Under Bacon v. City of Richmond, 475 F.3d 633 (4th Cir.2007), the Virginia Lottery and its executive director are not liable for the alleged claims of disability discrimination against the Petitioners; and. 4. Pursuant to Bacon, injunctive ...

Hopkins v. Com.

... [3]. The trial court ruled, assuming a prima facie case of discrimination was made, there was "sufficient cause" for the first two strikes based on the Commonwealth's knowledge of the jurors' criminal records. The trial court continued: ...

Hopkins v. Commonwealth

... [2]. The trial court ruled, assuming a prima facie case of discrimination was made, there was "sufficient cause" for the first two strikes based on the Commonwealth's knowledge of the jurors' criminal records. The trial court continued: ...