Jonathan C. Puth Submits Comments on Proposed Principles for the Discovery of ESI in Civil Cases

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Jonathan C. Puth submits comments to the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, which is currently reviewing new proposals entitled “Principles for the Discovery of Electronically Stored Information in Civil Cases.”  The discovery of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) …

Robin Wright’s Equal Pay Victory Highlights the Gender Wage Gap

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Those who watch Netflix’s popular TV show House of Cards know that First Lady Claire Underwood will stand up to anyone, from members of Congress to the Russian President. Robin Wright, the actor who plays Mrs. Underwood, recently followed in …

Fourth Circuit Rules That Title IX Protects Trans Student from Discrimination

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Earlier this week the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit held that a Virginia school board’s policy barring a transgender boy from using the boy’s restrooms at his school violates Title IX’s ban on discrimination on the basis …

Jonathan C. Puth Testifies Before the D.C. Council on Budget Concerns

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Washington, D.C. (April 14, 2016) – Today Jonathan C. Puth of Correia & Puth, PLLC testified on the Mayor’s FY 17 proposed budget and financial plan in front of the Council of the District of Columbia. Mr. Puth testified on …

Linda M. Correia Profiled in Public Justice Newsletter

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Public Justice, a national public interest law firm, interviewed Linda M. Correia for its April e-newsletter. The profile is below and can be read in full here. *  *  *  * In Linda Correia’s first ever trial, she represented a …

U of North Florida will pay $1.25 million to a former women’s basketball coach who said the university discriminated against female athletes and coaches

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By: Jake New, Insider Higher Ed, March 14, 2016 The University of North Florida last week agreed to a $1.25 million settlement with a former women’s basketball coach who alleged the university discriminated against her and her players because of …