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Filing Va. Lawsuit Leads to Personal Jurisdiction (access required)

In plaintiff George Mason University Foundation’s suit to enforce a $100,000 judgment it won in Virginia state court during litigation with decedent’s two children, the Richmond U.S. District Court has personal jurisdiction over both the Alabama resident son and the ...

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Recusal Motion Untimely in Antitrust Case (access required)

Defendant Kolon Industries, who is pursuing an antitrust counterclaim after losing a multi-million dollar case filed by DuPont alleging misappropriation of trade secrets involving DuPont’s KEVLAR aramid fibers, now loses its post-trial recusal motion in Richmond U.S. District Court contending ...

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