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No Discovery of Docs Used by Deponent (access required)

Although a former executive for defendant corporation may have referred to two privileged documents during his deposition by plaintiff, plaintiff’s conclusory allegations about the executive’s use of the documents do not require production of the documents under Fed. R. Evid. ...

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Venue Lacking for Employee Claim (access required)

Following the recommendation of the U.S. Magistrate Judge, the Newport News U.S. District Court dismisses an employee’s claim asserting Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) violations against a former employer and two subsidiaries arising from Maryland employment; employee failed to make ...

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Discovery Ordered in Unfair Trade Case (access required)

The Richmond U.S. Magistrate Judge compels discovery by corporate parties in international unfair trade practice litigation: defendants must provide bank account and wire transfer details and plaintiffs must provide a representative prepared to address travel expense and technical testing issues ...

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