Lisa Perry v. Isle of Wight County

Defendant: DELORES DARDEN, individually and in her official capacity as Vice-Chairman of Board of Supervisors, Isle of Wight County
Plaintiff - Appellee: LISA T. PERRY
Defendant - Appellant: ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY
Case Number: 17-2054
Filed: September 11, 2017
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Labor-Family & Med Leave Act

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Plaintiff - appellee: LISA T. PERRY
Represented By: Andrew Jacob Dean
Represented By: Cindra Myers Dowd
Represented By: Jason Eric Messersmith
Represented By: Richard James Serpe
Represented By: James Harrell Shoemaker
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Defendant - appellant: ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY
Represented By: Jim H. Guynn
Represented By: Jennifer Dillow Royer
Represented By: Susan A. Waddell
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Defendant: DELORES DARDEN, individually and in her official capacity as Vice-Chairman of Board of Supervisors, Isle of Wight County
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