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Personal Jurisdiction Arises from Fraudulent Lumber Sale Scheme (access required)

In an insurance company’s action to recover from defendant, a plant lumber manager at a Kentucky plant for Virginia cabinet manufacturer American Woodmark, for losses the insurer paid to American for the plant manager’s fraudulent scheme with his wife and ...

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Public Adjuster Docs Protected by Work Product (access required)

In this litigation over insurance coverage for a shopping center fire, documents prepared by a public adjuster hired by the shopping center to assist in pursuing claims against defendant National Surety are protected by the attorney work product privilege, says ...

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