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Default Set Aside, Despite Counsel’s Confusion (access required)

In plaintiff sales executive’s contract action against his former employer, the Richmond U.S. District Court accepts the magistrate judge’s recommendations to seal documents filed by plaintiff and redact proprietary and confidential information, and to vacate the default judgment against defendant company, even though the company’s “outside” counsel was confused about proper service of process. Plaintiff sued ...

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