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Monthly Archives: April 2010

Employment – USERRA – Police Officer – Reserve Duty – Retirement (access required)

A Coast Guard reservist called to active duty does not have reemployment rights under the Uniformed Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act because he retired from the police department, during the time he was on active duty, says a Norfolk ...

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Insurance – Policy Coverage – Professional Liability – Accounting Clerk Theft (access required)

An accounting firm does not have coverage under its professional liability policy for an accounting clerk’s embezzlement of funds from several of the firm’s clients, says a Richmond U.S. District Court. The carrier denied coverage on several grounds. First, it ...

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Consumer Protection – Real Estate – ILSFDA – Luxury Community – 100-Lot Exemption (access required)

In this couple’s suit against defendants who allegedly misrepresented luxury amenities available in a residential community affiliated with the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, an Alexandria U.S. District Court says a “100-lot” exemption to the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act does not ...

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Consumer Protection – Real Estate – ILSFDA – Luxury Community – 100-Lot Exemption (access required)

In this couple’s suit against defendants who allegedly misrepresented luxury amenities available in a residential community affiliated with the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, an Alexandria U.S. District Court says a “100-lot” exemption to the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act does not ...

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Contract – Waiver – Golf Club Investment (access required)

A couple who invested in residential real estate that was part of “The Ritz-Carleton Golf Club, Creighton Farms,” cannot sue defendant Creighton Enterprises because the couple’s suit is barred by the waiver clause in the parties’ 2009 Creighton Residential Cooperation ...

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Man can’t be reindicted just because prosecutor didn’t like jury (access required)

A Richmond Circuit judge has dismissed a second round of indictments against a man accused of robbery and use of a firearm. The commonwealth had nol prossed the charges earlier, based on a belief that a jury panel was biased ...

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Introducing the W&M griffin

The College of William & Mary’s long nightmare of having no mascot came to an end today. The Tribe’s new mascot is…the griffin. It’s a critter that’s half eagle and half lion. Symbolizes boldness and courage, according to the word ...

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