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Liquidated Damages Upheld on Restrictive Covenant (access required)

A contractor that provides physical, occupational and speech therapy services to nursing homes wins summary judgment on its claim that nine defendant facilities who terminated their contracts and then hired 57 of plaintiff contractor’s former employees violated a restrictive covenant ...

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Scaffolding Sub Wins Miller Act & Contract Claims (access required)

Even assuming an Alexandria U.S. District Court agreed in this first-impression case to allow a defendant general contractor to use a recoupment defense against a plaintiff supplier or sub-subcontractor when the general contractor is not in privity with the supplier, ...

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Hall: AG should quit Tech shootings case (access required)

The lawyer for the families suing Virginia Tech over the April 16 shootings says Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli should step aside from representing the school because of his public comments about the lawsuits. Accusing Cuccinelli of jeopardizing a fair ...

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