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‘Profitability’ Defense Experts Excluded (access required)

Prior to trial of claims by an owner of copyrighted t-shirt designs for infringement, a Charlottesville U.S. District Court grants plaintiff owner’s motion to exclude defendants’ expert report and expert testimony and motion in limine to preclude defendants from presenting ...

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‘Course of Dealing’ Means Jurisdiction Over Georgia Company (access required)

A Georgia manufacturer of hotel carpets that had a history of regular dealing with plaintiff yarn seller, and who sent purchase order to the Virginia plaintiff and accepted a sample plaintiff provided, has sufficient contacts with Virginia to be required ...

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Appeals court allows do-over for procedural defaults (access required)

Court-of-Appeals

Some procedural errors that may have meant dismissed appeals will no longer be fatal, a divided Virginia Court of Appeals said today in a trio of en banc cases. Specifically, in two cases, the court allowed amendments to retool assignments ...

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Default Set Aside After Carrier’s Delayed Response (access required)

In plaintiff’s suit alleging injuries from defendant’s tractor-trailer crashing into her from behind as she veered into a median in an effort to avoid debris in the roadway, a Harrisonburg U.S. District Court will set aside default entered against defendant ...

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