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Info On Write-Offs Goes To The Jury (access required)

An injured plaintiff can introduce evidence of the full extent of her medical bills, and the defendant can show that Medicaid or Medicare picked up most of the tab and that the plaintiff doesn’t owe the written-off balance, a Tazewell ...

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Internet User Has No Privacy Expectation (access required)

Even though a search warrant issued in New Hampshire was invalid, a criminal defendant cannot suppress evidence obtained about him from Mindspring, his Internet Service Provider, a federal judge in Charlottesville has ruled in a case of first impression. The ...

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ADA Plaintiff May Stay in Federal Court (access required)

Where a man claiming handicap discrimination filed his charge with the EEOC and the Virginia Council on Human Rights declined to take action, he can proceed on his Americans with Disabilities Act claim in federal court, a U.S. Magistrate Judge ...

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Criminal Statute Can Back Bowman Suit (access required)

A woman can base a Bowman wrongful-discharge claim on criminal statutes prohibiting indecent exposure, assault and battery and sexual battery, a Richmond Circuit judge has ruled. The case is apparently only the second statewide to allow a Bowman claim based ...

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