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Suit Over Exclusive Internet Contracts Is Moot (access required)

In this dispute over defendant’s contract to provide exclusive Internet, video and phone services to a Loudoun County subdivision, the Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses the federal claims in plaintiff homeowners association’s suit, as defendant stopped enforcing its video-exclusivity rights ...

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FCA Suit Dismissed in Hospital ‘Concierge’ Program (access required)

A former employee of defendant Bon Secours Richmond’s Concierge Program who complained about administrative personnel’s use of “cheat sheets” to code diagnostic procedures for third-party payments and a “cut and paste” practice for authorizing physician signatures, has failed to state ...

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No ‘Do-Over’ Claim Construction in GPS Patent Case (access required)

In plaintiff TomTom Inc.’s suit for a declaration that defendant AOT Systems’ ‘836 patent for tracking data in a mobile Global Positioning System is invalid and therefore not infringed by plaintiff, the Alexandria U.S. District Court declines to reconsider its ...

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No Reconsideration for ‘Quibbles,’ ‘Rehashing’ (access required)

In plaintiff Projects Management Company’s contract action claiming defendant DynCorp International breached a subcontract, Subcontract 002, by paying invoices for over $1.2 million to a bank account in Lebanon not specifically authorized in Subcontract 002, an Alexandria U.S. District Court ...

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