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Civil Procedure – Personal Jurisdiction – Transacting Business – Fraudulent Invoices (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court has personal jurisdiction over defendants, non-Virginia entities and individuals, who allegedly engaged in a scheme to defraud plaintiff Chesapeake Bank out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by submitting fraudulent invoices for their business of marketing products to retail chain stores. At its core, the bank’s complaint alleges defendants defrauded the ...

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