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Emails Supported Attorney-Client Privilege (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court denies defendant’s motion to compel because plaintiff, who is suing for tortious interference, has established that he and the law firm that first represented his wife in separate litigation later represented plaintiff. Plaintiff Stephen Stradtman ...

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Insurance Payout Dispute Stays in Federal Court (access required)

A widow’s claim that her husband’s company-benefit life insurance policy should have paid her $350,387.96 on his salary of $175,193.98, not $200,591.78, under plan language providing “an amount of life insurance equal to [two] times your annual salary, up to ...

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Limited Discovery Allowed After Remand (access required)

On remand of this case for a fourth trial on plaintiff Carnell Construction’s race discrimination and retaliation claims against defendant housing authority and contract claims against the housing authority and Blaine Square, the Danville U.S. District Court says plaintiff may ...

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Jail Time No Excuse for Discovery Default (access required)

In plaintiff strategic consulting firm’s suit against its former chief operating officer for conversion of $341,436.61, fraud and breach of fiduciary duty, the Alexandria U.S. District Court accepts the magistrate judge’s recommendation to grant default judgment to plaintiff firm, in ...

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