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Control Over Contractors Is Test for ‘Political Question’ (access required)

In its fourth consideration of four Iraqi nationals’ suit alleging they were abused by private contractors while in U.S. Army custody at Abu Ghraib prison, the 4th Circuit says the district court erred in its analysis of whether the political ...

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Company Can’t Claw Back ‘Privileged’ Docs (access required)

In plaintiff company’s suit seeking in­demnification for a New Mexico tax as­sessment for an office that defendant seller allegedly concealed from plaintiff in the parties’ Stock Purchase agreement, the Alexandria U.S. District Court sustains de­fendant’s objection to a magistrate judge’s ...

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Extra Discovery Ordered for Withdrawn Expert (access required)

In plaintiff’s suit against defen¬dants for personal injuries she al¬legedly suffered as a result of using Mire¬na, a levonorgestrel-re­leasing intrauterine system manufactured by defendant Bayer, a Harrisonburg U.S. District Court says defendant is entitled to addition­al discovery from a third-party ...

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