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Discovery Delay Penalty, But No Summary Judgment (access required)

A Norfolk Circuit Court will treat plaintiffs’ requests for admission as admitted by defendant, for defendant’s failure to timely respond to plaintiffs’ requests, but plaintiff is not entitled to summary judgment on its fraud and conversion claim, based on defendant’s ...

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Some Emails Protected by Attorney-Client Privilege (access required)

After in camera examination of a series of emails and other documents that circulated in defendant company, and considering whether in-house counsel appears to be discussing business or legal issues, a Richmond U.S. District Court magistrate judge orders disclosure of ...

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