Home / 2011 (page 29)

Yearly Archives: 2011

Court Seals Business Plan in Trade Secrets Suit (access required)

Plaintiff, a company that specializes in electronic regulatory publishing and compliance management, wins its motion to seal the a portion of the record in its suit against the Bureau of National Affairs Inc. over its alleged violation of a nondisclosure ...

Read More »

Government Claim for Reimbursement Advances (access required)

The Newport News U.S. District Court says the United States can proceed with its statutory claim for reimbursement from employer and its insurer for treatment employee received at a military hospital following his compensable injury; the government may voluntarily dismiss ...

Read More »

Judges say ‘mental health dockets’ are just a way to organize caseloads (access required)

Judges in Richmond and Petersburg say they will continue to maintain mental health dockets in general district court, despite a Nov. 16 memo from Virginia Chief Justice Cynthia D. Kinser suggesting some specialized court programs in Virginia may lack General ...

Read More »

Trends to watch on electronic discovery (access required)

As electronic discovery continues to evolve, litigators are facing new challenges, including emerging technology and expanding amounts of data. Looking ahead to the coming year, lawyers should keep an eye on the following trends: Death of metadata As judges have ...

Read More »