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Professor’s Emails ‘Proprietary’ Under VFOIA (access required)

The Supreme Court of Virginia says a trial court did not err in denying appellants’ request for disclosure of certain emails involving a former University of Virginia professor’s climate change research as “proprietary” information protected under a Virginia Freedom of ...

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Agency May Regulate Restaurant Floating Platform (access required)

The Virginia Marine Resources Commission is empowered to regulate the expansion of the Chincoteague Inn’s restaurant operations onto a floating platform secured alongside its building and situated partially over state-owned subaqueous bottomland; the Supreme Court of Virginia reverses the contrary ...

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No APA Challenge to ACA’s IRS Reg (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court dismisses plaintiffs’ suit alleging an IRS regulation that extends eligibility for premium assistance subsidies under the Affordable Care Act to individuals who purchase health coverage through federally-facilitated exchanges exceeds the IRS’s statutory authority, is arbitrary ...

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Company Exec Liable for ‘Scareware’ (access required)

The 4th Circuit upholds a decision by the Federal Trade Commission that defendant Kristy Ross engaged in deceptive Internet advertising practices, specifically, running a deceptive Internet “scareware” scheme in violation of the prohibition on deceptive advertising in 15 U.S.C. § ...

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