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Monthly Archives: October 2010

Real Estate – Foreclosure – TILA – RESPA (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses a borrower’s challenge to foreclosure proceedings alleging violations of the Truth in Lending Act, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, fraud and breach of contract. The TILA and ...

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Contract – Government – Mortgage Loan Servicing – Illegal Contract (access required)

In this dispute between a janitorial services company that teamed up with a mortgage loan servicing company to bid as a “Small Business Concern” on a government contract for mortgage loan servicing, a Norfolk U.S. District Court says it cannot ...

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Contract – Personal Guaranty – No Upper Limit – N.Y. Law (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court says defendant, a part owner of defendant ABC Management Technology Solutions LLC, is personally liable for debts ABC owes to plaintiff Ingram Micro Inc., based on the language of a personal guaranty signed by the ...

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Attorneys – Attorney’s Fees – Trial Prep – Loan Default (access required)

In a vehicle floor-plan financing company’s successful collection action against a Virginia automobile dealership and its guarantors after their default, an Alexandria U.S. District Court says the number of hours and billing rates for plaintiff’s law firm are reasonable, and ...

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Civil Procedure – Service Of Process – Venue – IP Docket Speed (access required)

A Virginia-based LLC that is owned by a Hong-Kong-based company, and is pursuing a patent infringement claim against a Taiwanese manufacturer, its Pennsylvania-based U.S. sales office, a Chinese corporation with its principal place of business in Hong Kong; a Delaware ...

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Intellectual Property – Copyright – Attorney’s Fees (access required)

A Norfolk U.S. District Court that dismissed plaintiff producer’s suit alleging copyright violation of the producer’s video series on caring for aging parents, gives the winning defendant NBC $56.10 in costs, but refuses to award attorney’s fees, as plaintiff’s suit ...

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Bankruptcy – Foreign Bankruptcy – License Rights (access required)

In this bankruptcy case involving Qimonda, a global computer chip maker in insolvency proceedings in Germany, an Alexandria U.S. District Court remands this case to the bankruptcy court for further review of protection afforded to appellants, licensees of Qimonda’s patents. ...

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