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FMLA Interference: Court Finds Defendants' Motion to Dismiss to Be Premature
Ogletree DeakinsLink to more items from this source
Dec. 1, 2021

"[The court] refused to grant a motion to dismiss to the Norfolk School Board and individual defendants, finding that discovery was necessary to determine whether outreach to the plaintiff office manager while she was on [FMLA leave] constituted more than de minimis contact." [Smith v. School Board for the City of Norfolk, Virginia, No. 21-138 (E.D. Va. Nov. 5, 2021)]

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