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  • Corlie McCormick Jr.


The McCormick Law Firm successfully argues against a partial motion to dismiss in Federal Court (Md). The Court refused Defendant’s motion to dismiss Plaintiff’s retaliation claims. The Court concluded that the factual allegations in the complaint sufficiently placed Defendant on notice of retaliation even without specifically checking the retaliation box in the Charges. Laster v. NAI, The Michael Co., No. TDC-18-3200, 2019 U.S. Dist. 118500 (D.Md. July 16, 2019).

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