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Medical Records Relevant to Emotional Distress Claim (access required)

A Harrisonburg U.S. District Court says that for discovery purposes in developing a po­tential defense, plaintiff’s medical information is relevant and plaintiff must produce medical records from the past three years to allow de­fendant to address any relevant pre-existing conditions ...

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Investment Company Counterclaim Too ‘Vague’ (access required)

In plaintiff investors’ suit alleging fraud and seeking the return of over $4 million they invested in defendant’s “global invest­ment fund,” the Alexandria U.S. District Court dismisses defendants’ counterclaim for breach of contract as “so vague that it falls far ...

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