JOYCE v. OFFICE OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL

Defendant: OFFICE OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL
Plaintiff: ARTHUR RICHARD JOYCE
Case Number: 1:2012cv01837
Filed: November 13, 2012
Court: District Of Columbia District Court
Office: Washington, DC Office
County: 11001
Presiding Judge: James E. Boasberg
Nature of Suit: Family and Medical Leave Act
Cause of Action: 28:451 Employment Discrimination
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Date Filed#Document Text
September 5, 2013 19 Opinion or Order of the Court MEMORANDUM OPINION re 18 Order on Defendant's Motion To Dismiss. Signed by Judge James E. Boasberg on 9/5/13. (lcjeb1)

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Plaintiff: ARTHUR RICHARD JOYCE
Represented By: Adam Augustine Carter
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