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Civil Protection – Res Judicata – VCPA – Liquidated Damages – Lesser Limitation

Prior unlawful detainer litigation in general district court is not a res judicata bar against plaintiff buyers’ present action challenging a liquidated damages provision in a residential sales agreement because the lower court could not have had jurisdiction over the ...

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Medical Malpractice – Sovereign Immunity – Resident Physicians

Two resident physicians in training at University of Virginia Hospital, in anesthesiology and neurology, respectively, have sovereign immunity from this medical malpractice action filed by a patient who alleges injury from their care, says a Charlottesville Circuit Court. The decision ...

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