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No ‘Discovery Rule’ for Fiduciary Claim (access required)

Plaintiff “brownfield developer” who alleges claims arising from a business deal to bid for, buy and redevelop a brownfield site from WMATA, may only pursue fraud and breach of fiduciary duty claims against a single defendant who allegedly failed to notify plaintiff that the deal had fallen through; the Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses the ...

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