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Monthly Archives: September 2011

No Private HAMP Claim for Borrower (access required)

A property owner’s claim that defendant servicing company breached its contract to modify plaintiff’s first mortgage and negligently processed plaintiff’s loan modification application under the federal Home Affordable Modification Program cannot keep her case in federal court, says a Norfolk ...

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Security Contractor’s FTCA Suit Dismissed (access required)

In a private security contractor’s defamation suit against the U.S. involving an allegedly defamatory email, the Norfolk U.S. District Court dismisses the suit because the plaintiff contractor failed to exhaust administrative remedies as required by the Federal Tort Claims Act. ...

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Prosecutor goes to court to get on the ballot

Update: (9/8/11, 3:50 p.m.) Judge Harry Taliaferro has upheld the local electoral board’s decision invalidating Wayne Emery’s petition. According to the Northern Neck News, Emery plans to file further injunctions immediately. A 16-year Virginia prosecutor could be unseated this year ...

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Sheriff faces lawsuit over Memorial Day killing

The Memorial Day murder of a deputy’s ex-wife has led to a $20-million wrongful death lawsuit against Franklin County Sheriff Ewell Hunt. Former deputy Jonathan Agee, 32, is accused of gunning down his ex-wife Jennifer in Roanoke City and later ...

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Security Contractor’s FTCA Suit Dismissed (access required)

In a private security contractor’s defamation suit against the U.S. involving an allegedly defamatory email, the Norfolk U.S. District Court dismisses the suit because the plaintiff contractor failed to exhaust administrative remedies as required by the Federal Tort Claims Act. ...

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