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Monthly Archives: October 2008

Tort – FTCA – Due Process – Post Office – Package Handling (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court dismisses plaintiff’s suit alleging due process violations allegedly arising from a post office employee’s purported use of an incorrect date stamp on the petition he sought to mail to the Supreme Court of Virginia, as ...

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Employment – Juvenile Detention Center – Supervisor Termination (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses a suit under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 brought by a former child supervisor at a Prince William County Juvenile Detention Center who alleged he was improperly terminated from his position because he gave an ...

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Insurance – Interpleader – Attorney’s Fees (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court that earlier granted partial summary judgment to a seller of real estate who sued defendant settlement agent for breach of fiduciary duty in failing to disburse to him the proceeds of the sale, now awards ...

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Labor – Union Organizing – ‘Corporate Campaign’ – RICO (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court in this RICO suit filed by a pork-processing plant against defendant union’s “corporate campaign” grants the company’s motion in limine to exclude a newspaper article from the June 16, 2006 New York Times that purports ...

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Labor – Union Organizing – ‘Corporate Campaign’ – RICO – Affirmative Defenses (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court strikes several affirmative defenses asserted by defendant labor union in this RICO suit filed by plaintiff pork-processing company to challenge the union’s “corporate campaign” to organize the company’s Tar Heel, N.C. plant, including defenses based ...

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Labor – Union Organizing – ‘Corporate Campaign’ – RICO (access required)

A labor union that is trying to organize defendants’ pork-processing plant and is facing a RICO suit filed by the company alleging the union’s “corporate campaign” is designed to force plaintiff company to recognize the union as the collective bargaining ...

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Labor – Union Organizing – ‘Corporate Campaign’ – RICO (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court denies a labor union’s motion for summary judgment in this RICO suit filed by plaintiff pork-processing company to challenge the union’s “corporate campaign” to organize the company’s Tar Heel, N.C. plant. According to the complaint ...

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Sanctions overturned

Attorneys concerned about getting hit with sanctions because of an inadequate investigation of the facts can take relief from an unpublished order today from the Supreme Court of Virginia.In 8522 Lee Highway at Merrifield LLC v. Sonic-Manhattan Fairfax Inc., Record ...

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