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#11 – $3.1 million (access required)

Estate of Crump. v. Estate of Hoover Type of Case: Wrongful death Court: Rockingham County Circuit Court Attorneys: Donald D. Litten and Jason A. Botkins, Harrisonburg Summary: Brewer E. Hoover Jr., an employee in the American HomePatient office in Harrisonburg, ...

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#8 – $4 million (access required)

The United Company v. Keenan Type of Case: Oral contract Court: U.S. District Court, Abingdon Attorneys: W. David Paxton, Roanoke; Thomas F. Cullen, Washington, DC Summary: The United Company contended that Jeffrey J. Keenan, its former president and chief operating ...

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#7 – $4,258,237 (access required)

Banc of America Leasing & Capital LLC v. ePlus Group Inc. Type of Case: Breach of contract Court: Fairfax County Circuit Court Attorneys: Melissa M. Glassman, John D. Wilburn and Kevin F.X. De Turris Summary: Banc of America Leasing & ...

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#5 – $9.25 million (access required)

Oney, Executor v. John Crane Inc. Type of Case: Wrongful death, mesothelioma Court: Newport News Circuit Court Attorney: Robert R. Hatten, Newport News Summary: A former Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock machinist died in 2006 from mesothelioma. He was ...

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#3 – $16 million (access required)

Johnson v. Supervalu Type of Case: Constructive fraud, intentional infliction of emotional distress Court: Richmond Circuit Court Attorneys: Verbena Askew, Hampton, assisted by Christopher Anderson, Robert Walker, Leonard Lambert and Gina Burgin, all of Richmond Summary: Jonathan F. Johnson, considered ...

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#2 – $23,037,945 (access required)

LifeNet Inc. v. Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation Inc. Type of Case: Patent infringement Court: U.S. District Court, Richmond Attorneys: Kell M. Damsgaard, Anthony Roth and Robert Busby, Philadelphia Summary: The jury found that Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation violated three patents held by ...

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